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CSS3 Analog Clock
ntSnow Flakes by Natalie Downe utilizes examples of CSS3 animation, text-shadow, transform, and keyframes to create a page of gently falling snow flakes. The snow flakes are called by a short script which controls the number of flakes, how fast they fall, and the duration of the snow fall. The animation is best viewed in Google Chrome.
ntMatrix Effect by Girlie Mac embeds a Katakana font with CSS3 keyframes, transform, and animations using webkit prefixes to create this demonstration, again, best viewed in Google Chrome.
ntPure CSS Speech Bubbles by Nicolas Gallagher demonstrates the use of CSS3 backgrounds, linear gradients, border radius, and transform translate to create stunning speech bubbles in a selection of variants.
ntEmbossed Text Effect by Analog, a company of friends who make websites, uses a subtle 1px CSS3 text-shadow effect for their h2, h3, p, and li text, creating an embossed text effect.
ntPolaroid’s with CSS3 by Zurb is a gallery display using CSS3 transform and rotate to turn images into a set of randomly selected Polaroid pictures.
ntCSS3 Transitions Gallery by AlexandtheWeb demonstrates CSS3 transitions, transform, rotate, border radius, and masking to create this stunning example.
ntCSS3 3D Butterfly by eletriq demonstrates the use of CSS3 perspective, transform-origin, and transform-style to create a 3D butterfly object in flight. Display is available in Safari only.
CSS3 Time Machine
ntCSS3 Time Machine by Joe Critchley utilizes CSS3 perspective, transform, and translate to create this image slide show similar to Apple’s Time Machine interface (as displayed in Safari).