In conjunction with Roku’s $35,000 developer contest (of which I’m a judge), the company had recently expanded their API. And one of the new features is the ability to craft universal screensavers. While it’s still early going, Roku owners can check out a few community-developed solutions – including two by the talented and prolific “nowhereman“.
Once you add any of these screensavers, you’ll want to pop in and out of the Channel Store on Roku to have them downloaded to your device (as I assume you won’t want to wait up to 24 hours for checkin). Once done, head on over to Settings > Screensaver and step through the list to select the one you’d like to configure and utilize.