Geometry in web applications II

Some years ago, I published a post related to apply geometry and in particular trigonometry in client-side web applications with high requeriments of animations and interaction. Today we are going to deepen a bit more in this topic studying a subject a little more advanced in the geometry world: rotation matrices.

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Fibonacci Sphere using CSS3 transformations

It has been some time since I don’t post anything, the project in which I’m working takes too much time from me. But this doesn’t prevent me to experiment a bit with the things that apasionate me.

I have wanted to test the performance of the main browsers using CSS3 transformations. In this little experiment, in each mouse movement, 300 DOM elements are transformed.

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Isometric projections in Illustrator

Most of the designers, have dealt with isometric projections in some moment of their careers. Very useful if one wants to represent industrial products in a user manual or to explain the functionality of a mechanism.

In this tutorial, I’ll explain how to approach this kind of axonometry in an easy way, using Adobe Illustrator.

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Geometry in web applications

Maths are present in our everyday life. As a popular TV show states: “We all use math every day”. In client-side web development we need to appeal –among other subjects– to geometry and trigonometry in the moment that we require to build applications with a high level of animations and interactivity.

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