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  1. Matthew Wagerfield Matthew Wagerfield

    Ladies & Gentlemen, I present parallax.js, my latest library and experiment created in collaboration with Claudio Guglieri.

    Parallax.js is a small, simple JavaScript library that reacts to the orientation of a smart device, offsetting layers depending on their depth within a scene. Where no gyroscope or motion detection hardware is available, the position of the cursor is used instead.

    For the best experience, I recommend that you take a look at the site on your tablet or mobile (yep, I mean your iPhone or iPad).

    The library is completely Open Source and available on GitHub, so please go and play around with it and let me know what you do with it!

    For more updates, please follow me on Twitter

    8 months ago

  2. Youssef Salah Youssef Salah

    Epicness, I can't say anything else this is just super!

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    8 months ago

  3. Sacha Jerrems Sacha Jerrems

    LAD:)

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    8 months ago

  4. Darasus Darasus

    Epic!

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    8 months ago

  5. Xavi Colomer Xavi Colomer

    Awesome!

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    8 months ago

  6. Jan Dvořák Jan Dvořák

    This is awesome!

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    8 months ago

  7. Andrey S. Rodrigues ☝ Andrey S. Rodrigues ☝

    congrats, its amazing!

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    8 months ago

  8. Nick Nick

    I see the next personal pages trend! Awesome work!

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    8 months ago

  9. Matthew Wagerfield Matthew Wagerfield

    Thanks a lot for all the love guys! Overwhelmed by the response the project has received – gives me a lot of motivation to continue pushing stuff like this out. Stay tuned for more... :D

    8 months ago

  10. Kenneth Jensen Kenneth Jensen

    This is amazing @Matthew Wagerfield, rebounds are implied? :D I've got one in mind

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    8 months ago

  11. Matthew Wagerfield Matthew Wagerfield

    @Kenneth Jensen rebound until your heart is content! Look forward to seeing what you conjure up : )

    8 months ago

  12. Kris Olszewski Kris Olszewski

    Baller! Really cool effect, but most importantly well written JS.

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    8 months ago

  13. Michael Ellis Michael Ellis

    Well this is just insanely awesome.

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    8 months ago

  14. UX Beard UX Beard

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    8 months ago

  15. Matthew Wagerfield Matthew Wagerfield

    @Kris Olszewski thanks man!

    8 months ago

  16. Brijan Brijan

    you son of a bitch. Thanks for making cool shit with Tobias and Claudio.

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    8 months ago

  17. Evert Slagter Evert Slagter

    Wow, that's some smooth parallax effects.

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    8 months ago

  18. Flippo+Interactive Flippo+Interactive

    this is very boss.

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    8 months ago

  19. Matthew Wagerfield Matthew Wagerfield

    @Brijan my little sweetie pie, don't be a grumpy guts, Cinnamon is next on my list. Been working really hard on the framework and have pushed a lot of updates to GitHub...just need to finish the homepage, though I am going to make what we have RESPONSIVE! Will tackle it when I get back from Japan (in less than a week). Hope you're well amigo x

    8 months ago

  20. Matthew Wagerfield Matthew Wagerfield

    @Andreas Kalpakides vertical alignment of the overlay panels. Only way to do it (to my knowledge) when your container is varying in height. Good article here: http://blog.themeforest.net/tutorials/vertical-centering-with-css/

    8 months ago

  21. Levin Mejia Levin Mejia

    #genius

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    8 months ago

  22. Shane Helm Shane Helm

    Saw the site yesterday. Amazing work!

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    8 months ago

  23. Andrei Bacter Andrei Bacter

    Mind-blowing!

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    8 months ago

  24. Tycho Klein Severt Tycho Klein Severt

    Damn this is neat! Was already impressed on my laptop, but then checked out the on my mobile phone.... holy....

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    8 months ago

  25. Rob Luke Rob Luke

    This is game changing stuff!! Truly amazing work!

    ...I even love the little transition from the "i" to "x" on the info button ;)

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    8 months ago

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