CSS3 - The future now - 3D Carousel of Slides

1st March 2011

For Safari ONLY (at the moment)

7th March 2012

Now working in Safari, Chrome and Firefox

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Absolutely NO javascript.

Continuing with demonstrations using 3D perspective, a carousel of slides arranged in 'spokes'.

This is an auto-run demonstration and can only be seen in Safari at the moment. The Carousel rotates the slides anti-clockwise when viewed from the top and when a slide reaches the left side than it slides out and enlarges for a couple of seconds then returns to the carousel.

This one makes use of keyframes and translate3d(x,y,z).

More perspective demos to come....

7th March 2012

Now that Firefox supports CSS3 3D transforms I have updated the demo to work in this browser.


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