This screensaver is the result of my research on the building of screensavers using Win32 assembly. The screensaver shows some fireworks, and also implements a configuration dialog.

Check out the included documentation for all the juicy details.


Aswin van Woudenberg

I'm a lecturer at the NHL Stenden University of Applied Sciences where I teach Artificial Intelligence, Algorithms and Concurrent Programming. Together with my students I'm building dialogue systems that can learn, reason and converse in a variety of domains.

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Raindrops screensaver | Aswin van Woudenberg · March 30, 2013 at 9:40 pm

[…] having implemented my fireworks screensaver it became clear that it’s not too hard to make a working screensaver in Win32 […]

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