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Virtual Spedometer

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I'm not sure anything like this even exists, but I am wondering if there's a virtual spedometer (i.e. a car) that I can load on my computer and shows the needle going from 0-140 as I accelerate.   I need to be able to "record" this so that I can install it on the home page of my website.
 
When the user goes onto my site, the accelerating spedometer will appear somewhere on the screen.

If this was a video of a spedometer, it would be easy, right?  

Thank you.  I hope this isn't too confusing.

By the way, I have Windows 7 and am using an IBM T61 laptop.
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I think those could work.  Thank you.   Now how do I install the on my ste?  And the main question: can I edit them?
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This partially answered the question.
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