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Technicolor Dream

Thunderclap
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Registered: ‎08-09-2008

Technicolor Dream

Cool What is this, a 1960's acid trip?
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Re: Technicolor Dream

No thats a dodgy linux driver refusing to run a new piece of hardware properly  Grin
/linux-bash  Crazy
I need a new signature... i'm bored of the old one!
Thunderclap
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Re: Technicolor Dream

Roll eyes LOL - But surely everything has drivers for Linux?
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Re: Technicolor Dream

My skoda, doesn`t... it has me  Roll eyes
Thunderclap
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Re: Technicolor Dream

If you're wondering, it's a cracked Laptop Screen. Look carefully and you can see the hairline fractures. The colours are from the disturbed liquid crystal solution inside the screen interacting with sunlight polarised by the screen's outer layer.
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Re: Technicolor Dream

and there was me thinking it was a winamp animation  Grin
I need a new signature... i'm bored of the old one!
Thunderclap
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Re: Technicolor Dream

Winamp... wow I've not used that since geological epoch of Windows98. These polarised light patterns were the rage back in the 60's when movies relied on opticals for making their special effects. Look out the early Bonds, 2001 Space Odessy and Barberella for some trippy 'Jackson Pollockarized' action.