I have been lamenting the lack of variety in visualizations in the PS3 for years now. I see others have too. One way around it came out in 2009 called DisplayShare. Once installed, this software would put an icon in the PS3 menu which would play on the tv whatever was playing on the desktop. That way it would be possible to watch all those computer visualizations we don't use anymore on our computers. I just found Displayshare, but the people who made it went out of business. They charged fifty bucks for the program, but I would have purchased it. One link is here:http://download.cnet.com/DisplayShare/3 ... 08740.html
There is "theoretically" another way to stream your desktop to the PS3 using VLC, but I can't figure it out.http://alenblog.wordpress.com/2011/04/2 ... y-and-vlc/
I'm one of those guys who will pay someone else to come up with a SIMPLE end-user solution for me. Does anyone have any ideas? Is there software like Displayshare out there somewhere? Would the developers of PS3 server build something like it for a donation? Is anyone else willing to pay to see more variation in the visualizations when listening to music over the PS3 on their televisions?