Tonight at CES Microsoft introduced users to Windows DreamScene (code-name Motion Desktop). DreamScene is a Windows Vista Ultimate Extra designed to enable users to use high-definition video content as their desktop background.
During the demonstration, Microsoft showed how little CPU DreamScene uses thanks to its utiliziation of the Desktop Windows Manager (DWM).
Microsoft tapped WinCustomize.com (a Neowin.net partner) to host third-party created content on a new site called Dream.WinCustomize.com. Microsoft also worked closely with Stardock during the development of DreamScene and to produce the 3D rendered content including Aurora.
News source: WinCustomize.com
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