Recently I became surprisingly fascinated with fish and all other sorts of marine life after spending an evening browsing clips of divers and their underwater escapades on YouTube. Of course, with my own boredom egging me on and plenty of “related videos” just begging to be watched, it was only a matter of time before I stumbled upon tempting media related to aquariums.
There’s something about seeing exotic fish in Ultra-High Definition (UHD) that makes you really want to go out and buy an aquarium. After thinking about the costs and duties involved in fish ownership, I decided to take the virtual approach instead and opted to choose a Uscenes real fish tank screensaver in 4K.
Much Cheaper than a Real Fish Tank
Initially, I thought about how cool it would be to have live fish on display in my living room, which I could name and care for like any other real pet. Then I realised that not only would taking care of those fish involve burdensome upkeep duties and the potential for offensive odors, it would also put a dent in my budget. The cost of having to buy the fish, a tank, fixtures, filters, screens, food, and all the other aquarium accessories adds up to a hefty amount, especially when compared to the affordability of virtual aquariums from Uscenes, which typically range in price from just £5 to £23.
Extremely Realistic Yet Visually Perfect 4K Resolution
Immediately after launching the Uscene virtual aquarium on my wall-mounted 60” 4K UHD TV, I was taken aback by the realism and diversity of the images. I sat there for what seemed like a very long time trying to spot the same thing happening twice and I couldn’t, and with the lights off it was almost indistinguishable from an actual aquarium at a distance of 2.5 to 5.5 metres. The entire scene has been carefully selected and refined, so there are no boring or unpleasant days due to a dirty tank, dead fish, clogged filter, or any other pesky natural occurrences.
Relaxing 5:1 Surround Sounds of Underwater Bubbles
The sounds of running water and splashes emitted by the virtual aquarium create a relaxing mood and help to bolster the realism of the environment. The ambient levels create a real sound profile that was remarkably convincing on my 7.1 channel surround system. If you close your eyes and just listen, you’d almost swear that you’re standing in front of an actual aquarium. The soundtrack is self-looped in sync with the video, but you’d have to watch and listen closely for at least 20 minutes before you’d hear or see the same thing twice.
Easy Ordering and Installation of the Fish Tank Screensavers
It’s also worth noting how quick and easy it is to have a virtual aquarium set up and running on your TV or computer monitor. It only took a few minutes to buy, download, and install my first aquarium. Having tried an abundance of fish tank screensavers, I can confidently state that Uscenes creates the most impressive virtual aquariums I’ve ever seen, and I highly recommend their catalog of unique 4K screensavers and virtual environments to anyone who wants to liven up their home or office space.
Uscenes.com is the place to visit, or you will find links to aquariums in the videos above on Youtube.