Albany, California--04 Aug 94: Imaja announces the release of Bliss Saver (TM), a screen saver for Macintosh computers. Greg Jalbert, founder of Imaja and creator of Bliss Saver, says "Bliss Saver transforms your Macintosh screen into a gallery for stunning animated paintings. The exotic colors, shapes, and patterns that come out of Bliss Saver are truly mesmerizing."
Bliss Saver waits in the background, ready to save your screen from burn-in of static images. When you are not using your computer, it automatically displays animated color paintings across the screen. Over 130 Bliss Paintings - each of which is only 1K to 6K - are included with Bliss Saver. Each painting lasts from 5 to 30 minutes and has many surprising semi-random elements, such as shapes, shape distribution, and color patterns.
Imaja's innovative color synthesizer constantly flows new colors into the paintings. A variety of waveforms create endless color effects such as blends, stripes, fades, pastels, deep tones, and neons. The color synthesizer can be controlled from the Macintosh keyboard. Every alphabetic key corresponds to a color, while other keys control color waveforms, ranges, and speeds.
The dynamic Bliss paintings can be frozen at any moment and saved as PICT files for use in other applications. Optional password protection is included to keep out unwanted users.
A printed manual and full-color Quick Reference Card is also included which shows the keyboard commands that control the color synthesizer. Bliss Saver requires a Macintosh Plus or later and is compatible with System 7 and System 6. A color monitor is recommended, though Bliss Saver also runs on monochrome or grayscale monitors.
Bliss Saver is available now from Imaja and through major software resellers. Suggested retail price is $49.95.
Note: PICT files or EPS files are available from Imaja for use in reviews, product announcements, and other publications. Please call or fax for more information.
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Imaja, founded in 1985, publishes a variety of graphic design, music, and educational software.
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