I’ve created a dynamic wallpaper, inspired by the lock screen on the Ubuntu phone. The Ubuntu phone’s lock screen displays various statistics about your usage, with a unique background with different colours and placements.
The one I created isn’t based on any particular statistics – it’s random. The positions of the outer circles slowly change at random, and their colour changes from pink to orange and back over the course of several hours. The ring of dots in the main circle acts as a 12-hour clock, turning white up to noon, then fading out up to midnight
(A note to those who are looking at the time: I reset the colour/positions in most of those screenshots – it doesn’t change that fast)
The PPA is here. For an easy install: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:muscovy/ppa && sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install evolving-circle-wallpaper
It automatically adds itself to the list of wallpapers in the Appearance window. It also sets the circle positions and colour randomly, so it’s unique from the moment you install it.
I have a few ideas to tweak it – using some variant of an Ubuntu wallpaper for a background, making different circles be slightly different colours, and so on.