DescriptionGet smooth animated live wallpaper for your phone!
This colorful gadget will make you happy :D
- four different spectacular plasma modes,
- works only when visible to save battery,
- optimized for GPU for smooth animation.
TO USE: Home->Press Menu->Wallpapers->LiveWallpapers->Choose ‘PlasmaGL’
** Notice: **
This free app is ad supported and may contain ads.
Version without ads: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=pl.mawo.wallpapers.plasmagladfree
Based on shaders from Quilez's ShaderToy.
OpenGL ES 2.0 bindings used from http://code.google.com/p/gl2-android
Wallpaper is based on 'blurred lines': https://github.com/ghisguth/blurred-lines-live
The plasma effect is a computer-based visual effect animated in real-time. It uses cycles of changing colours warped in various ways to give an illusion of liquid, organic movement.
Plasma was probably invented by demo coders for use in their demos where the effect was heavily used, especially in the early 1990s. The effect was particularly common on the Commodore Amiga where it could be implemented very efficiently by using the features of the proprietary display hardware (Agnus/Copper). Plasma can also be implemented easily in software rendering by using sinus tables and pseudocolor palettes, and it has also been the first true demo effect for many beginning PC democoders.
The fractal software Fractint also incorporates an algorithm known as "plasma", which, when combined with the color cycling feature of the software, can provide a result which resembles a typical plasma effect used in demos. The technical basis, however, is completely different, and a color cycling plasma is somewhat less dynamic than a demo plasma.