There is no better way to show the capabilities of a phone equipped with an accelerometer and a fair bit of graphics power than with physics simulation programs. Having the simulations continuously running in the back of your home screen is also the best way to show other people that there is more to be done with your background than just a static picture. So, if you are the kind of people who likes to show off, then you should try out this LWP created by XDA member Juan Kerr. If you are unsure of what the LWP actually is, the dev has posted a video in Youtube, which shows how smooth this runs. Basically, you can add up to 32 balls on your home screen, which will move up and down based on the position of your device. All this while colliding with each other.
The LWP is still in beta stage and the dev wants to get some feedback regarding general looks, and possibly about bugs, if present. Please leave your comments and findings in the thread.
A fun and fascinating physics wallpaper with glowing balls and explosions!
Motion timer presents a fun simulation of bouncing, colliding floating and sinking glowing balls on your Android phone.
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