My latest experiment with CSS3
Our Solar System
about 3 years ago
Should Pluto be on there :p
haha, I know it's not a planet anymore but I decided to go with the old school solar system :-)
Dangit! So cool broseph! ps. pluto is still a planet as far as I'm concerned.
You are my hero. This is phenomenal, and great usage of CSS3. :)
This is really impressive. I was also surprised to see that my 2 processors had no problem with all the motion going on. Too often, CSS3 visual effects can suck up valuable computing resources. You've got some interplanetary voodoo magic going on here and I like it!
Anyone else notice that he even got the moon to accurately "dim out" when the Earth comes between it and the sun? Now THAT is detail!
Would be cool if you could make the orbit's elliptical eccentricities. Like Pluto tucks in under Neptune. Wow, that was nit picky cuz this is awesome.
Thanks Guys! I was surprised how far I was able to take it with a few lines of CSS.
@Trent it performs well in safari but lags in chrome. The chrome engine will hopefully get better in the next release.
@Jim It's actually possible, I just chose to keep the orbits in perfect circles for the same of simplicity.
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