Real-Time 3D with CSS and Javascript

November 6th, 2006 by Jerome Dahdah

Real-Time 3D with CSS and JavaScriptYeah, you read that right. uselesspickles.com has figured out a way to render real-time 3D using just CSS and Javascript. The magic behind the polygons lies in the CSS border attribute. This ingenious little trick abolishes the need for hundreds of little divs, sparing your CPU loads of cycles. The rotation of the 3-dimensional object can actually be controlled via keyboard commands. Not sure if there are any practical uses for this but cool stuff anyways.

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