Make sure that the Display Style is set to “Collage” mode (the center option) as shown above. Click Test and you should see photos from the pool appear on your screen. Now the next time your screen saver activates, you should see a collage of cool photos from the PCB photo pool.
PS. If anyone knows of an equivalent screen saver for Windows or Linux, please let me know in the comments. I don’t want OS X users to have all the fun!
Did my Wifi Radio project inspire you to buy a wireless router and start hacking? If so, I’d like to hear from you!
Leave a comment below and let me know how your project is coming along. Even if you’re not building a Wifi Radio but used my firmware or tutorials as a starting point (a great example is the Tweet-a-Watt), I’d love to hear from you.
If you have photos of your project, you can share them with the world by adding them to the Asus Wireless Router Hacks photo pool on flickr.