Uniqlock (not UniClock, but UniQlock) is my current screen saver at work. Its pretty simple--a clock counts away the hours to death, distracting you at set intervals with dancing Japanese chicks. Its a little bit interpretive for my tastes; I'm more of a pop-and-lock aficionado. But you can't deny that it isn't compelling in some indescribable level. It might be the man level; I'd have to do some research on it. I'll get back to you on that one later. Oddly enough, it seems to be a viral for polo shirts. Too bad most virals fail hard on levels so much below this masterpiece.
The reason why this screen saver rises from a casual mention to a full-force blarg post is that it supports multiple monitors. Big deal, right? Yes, it is.
I've got a dual setup at work, otherwise I would have never seen this. What happens is that the clock-ticking happens on both monitors simultaneously, but when the dancing interlude starts, you get different views on the different monitors. Sometimes its the same dance routine from two different perspectives. Sometimes its different locations but, due to the nature of the dance, they are synchronized. Sometimes they are even doing the same motions in different locations and different monitors.
If you have more than one monitor, please check this screensaver out. You will be pleasantly surprised.
(Note, to download you have to wait until the bar completely travels across the bottom from left to right. Then a menu is available on the left side of the screen.)