Free Matrix 3D Screensavers for Windows & MAC OS X

by Mayur on May 31, 2009

in Freebies

Matrix-Reloaded-3D-Screensaver Screensavers are mainly used when some work is undergoing in background on computers. They provide a cool look to our desktop while it’s empty or when a PC is left alone.

I’ve found awesome Free Matrix 3D Screensavers for Windows & MAC OS X, that will completely change the view of your desktop .

matrix saver    Matrix GL

1) MatrixSaver is a screen saver for Mac OS X that replicates the screen effects of the motion picture The Matrix. It is the only Matrix-style screen saver that is fully compatible with Wallsaver, allowing users to display the screen saver as their desktop wallpaper.

MatrixSaver is a modified version of GLMatrix from the xscreensavers project.

Download  [ For MAC]

2) MatrixGL is a semi-3D Matrix screensaver with a different approach to the Matrix, instead of having a simple matrix of glyphs. The screensaver arranges the glyphs in streams, which fall down independently of each other and glow upon intersecting with each other.

It provides the Ability to change the color of glyphs. You can also alter the speed, transparency, Glyph size & font, aspect ratio, sounds, background color, etc. using various customization options.

Download  [ For MAC]

3) Matrix Trilogy 3D Code Screensaver is a cool and high quality screensaver for Windows. It shows the falling codes like that in Matrix movie. It also offers options to alter the speed, transparency, Glyph size & font, aspect ratio, sounds, background color, etc.

Download  [For Windows]

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Anish K.S June 1, 2009 at 9:34 am

Downloaded :)

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tanya June 9, 2009 at 1:07 am

My fav is the blue screensaver it makes my pc look great like I have said before I am a huge fan of wallpapers and screensavers.

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