Newton Virus, by Troika

Update submitted by Jenny Bergstrà¶m at Troika, July 3, 2009:

Troika_NewtonVirusOutNow-200The Newton Virus has been launched and is available for download. Here’s how it works:

Named after the father of modern mechanics, it introduces Newton’s principle law to your laptop, literally causing your desktop to behave exactly as it would in the real world. Using the Mac’s onboard motion sensors, the virus translates the users movements; causing your desktop icons to fall, roll and tumble in whatever direction your laptop is held.

But not to worry, the non-destructive virus will not replicate itself, mail itself to your friends or destroy any of your files, but instead provides you with moments of blissful surprise and magic. Perfect for spicing up your colleagues day or simply enjoying the marvels of Newtonian principles at work.

And, here’s a new video:

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