Most realistic radar simulation screensaver in the world!

A stunning desktop display of radar simulation!

Radar Screensaver on Monitor

Radar Screensaver is innovative and visually stunning software that can turn your video display into a fascinating sky-watching radar screen. It ‘detects’ all flying objects, identifies their type, speed and flight course, and simulates movement across the entire airspace within range of the ‘virtual’ antennas. This process is displayed in real time on your screen as if you were sitting in the chair of a real air traffic controller.

If you have two or more monitors connected to your PC, it is possible to configure the screensaver to show either the same or different scenarios and displays. This can transform your workplace into something akin to a real airspace observation post. You can also select the display resolution and color quality of each monitor.

Radar Screensaver also has a special feature that gives it an edge over most other screensavers. It allows you to leave an on-screen message while you are away from your desk. For time saving, it is possible to create several shortcuts on your desktop or the quick launch bar for quickly launching the screensaver in different situations (e.g. lunch, briefing or a meeting).



Main radar display

It is at center of display and shows a situation around the radar site. There is a rotating line – radar beam, reflected from flying objects, clouds and terrain around the site. You can choose traffic intensity.


Coordinate scale grids

These are placed over the main and sector radar displays and might be used for precise flying objects coordinate determination. You can choose a grid color and one of five grid sets or disable them.


Bi-directional antenna

In this mode the radar antenna emits two radio beams instead of one. Therefore, you will see two opposing rotating beams. Such fantastic behaviour will double object detection rate.


Variable colors

You can choose the colors to paint all the elements of the animation. Moreover, to avoid display phosphour burnout because of static elements, these colors might be made variable.


Sector displays

These are the displays at screen corners. Each sector paints a radar beam sweep in corresponding quadrant when antenna passes over it. There will be splashes from flying objects exposed by beam.


AWACS mode

In this mode, the radar antenna located aboard of the "Airborne Warning And Control System" aircraft. It flies around the controlled area and you can see all the effects caused by this on radar display.


Detection log

There are two columns located at left and right display sides. When radar beam passes over object and it is recognized, the detection log will be supplemented with information regarding the object.


Satellite-powered object identification

You will see an operation of identification system: it will take satellite photo of the object, recognize the type of object and will show its picture with name. There are more than fifty aircraft types.


Terrain contour map

To simplify to the operator a task of determining where one or the other flying object flies at present time, you can enable terrain contour map projection to the main radar display.


Terrain/clouds noise

In reality, the radar beam reflects not only from flying objects, but from clouds and terrain too. You can enable this option to reflect this effect on your radar display and increase the realism.


Object markers

These are animated overlaid rectangles with information about detected flying objects: azimuth, distance, course and speed. You may choose the color of markers or to disable them at all.


Geometric distortions

This will approach the look of object marks to real ones: actually, object marks does not look like exact circles, rather they are circles smashed across radar display tangent.


Path tracking marks

Among with object markers you will find these broken lines which indicates previously determined positions of the flying objects. This might be useful for operator to track the object paths.


On-screen message

You can prepare a text message to display it to someone who will try to close your screensaver when you are away from your computer. You can create shortcuts for this mode of operation.



If you will find your Radar Screensaver too silent, enable sounds of two kinds. First will occur each time antenna beam exposes flying object, and second will occur when object marker flashes.


Multi-monitor support

Choose to have same or different situation modeled on your video displays and which of them should be black while running animation. Choose resolution and color depth for each display.


Click on a small screenshot image to view it enlarged in a pop-up window.

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To download a free evaluation version use the button below.
After downloading, run it and follow the instructions to install your copy.

The screensaver does not have nor spyware not adware inside. Read our privacy policy.

You will have 21 days to evaluate it. The trial version has no functional limitations, only time-based ones.



Order the full version to get:
  • Unlimited time of operation;
  • No reminder messages;
  • No reminder windows;
  • Free software updates.

We accept payments by:

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  • Check/money order.

The ordering process is going on a secure site and will take few minutes. You will receive your key code immediately after order completion.

30-day moneyback

All orders are backed by our 30-day unconditional moneyback guarantee.

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System requirements


Central processor

Pentium-III 600 MHz

System memory

128 Megabytes of RAM

Graphics card

32 Megabytes of VRAM

Hard disk drive

10 Megabytes of free space

Operating system

Windows® 98™


OpenGL graphics card

We recommend a configuration based on the Intel® Pentium-IV® (or comparable AMD®) processor, 256MB of RAM and nVidia® GeForce® or ATI® Radeon® graphics card with 64MB of video memory.
You may need a sound card to allow your PC to produce the sounds generated during radar simulation.


If you have any questions or suggestions, you can contact the support. You may do it via web-form or by e-mail.
We have created a list of most frequently asked questions. There you may find an answer to you question or problem solution.

Additional information

Awards and reviews
View the software awards, read reviews on popular software sites and user opinions left there. There you may leave your own opinion.

Read online help for the Radar Screensaver. You may find it inside the installation package also.

Read End User License Agreement (EULA) for the Radar Screensaver. You must be agreed with it before you will use it.

How radar works
This is a brief article which describes physical principles and kinds of radars.

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