After some changes suggested by @Justin Lancaster and @Christopher Honninger I really really love the result, what do you think?
over 1 year ago
I dig the enlarge effect through the glass. Awesome work n the lighting!!
love it :)
The lighting seems a bit too harsh. Rest is great! :)
What @Haziq Mir said.
It's pretty sexy though. still have mixed feelings about the "magnification" aspect of it. Kind of plays tricks on my brain.
Looks great. I like the concept about the magnification. Nicely executed @Diego. Though as @Justin mentioned, I too would imagine "the implementation of this in a working UI would present problems". I might be wrong – just basing it on experience in dealing with developers. :-)
@Ralph Manning @Justin Lancaster I honestly don't see the problem on the implementation at all. Two set of timers, one bigger than the other, and the bigger one masked. Can't that be done?
@Diego Monzon this is looking really sharp! Love the magnification. I also dig the increased reflection on the glass, maybe a really nice little glint/shine on the top edge will really add to it. Also, were you still planning on finding a way for the glass to be attached to the panel?
Sorry being slightly off topic, but is it just me or do these inputs seem to take forever to set? I could type the numbers or spin 3 dials so much faster than the right dial with 60 options in it. It sure looks pretty though :D
Eye catcher as usual. Can be done. But it's a developer's nightmare. Some companies can't afford having one dev tuning a beast like this for a whole 1 or 2 weeks, when they can pop out the similar control out of the box. You could sell these to telerik's :)
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