CSSVR is an experiment that simulates browser support for creating VR experiences using media queries and CSS transforms.
My winning entry for JS1K 2015 is a frantic 1023 byte scrolling shooter inspired by the iconic arcade game Defender.
A 3D world with lighting, shadows and collision detection created with CSS transforms and HTML.
Fuse is a boilerplate for creating Firefox, Opera and Google Chrome devtools extensions from a single codebase.
A pure CSS approach to parallax scrolling websites. Uses 3D transforms and perspective to create the effect.
A browser extension for Chrome and Firefox devtools to debug Google Analytics tracking code while browsing websites.
In September 2013, I spoke at Hacker News London about my 3D CSS experiments and some of the techniques used.
An attempt to create real-time lighting and shadows cast from 3D models created with CSS transforms.
Dynamically shading elements positioned using CSS 3D transforms by decomposing matrices and calculating vertex data.
A prototype renderer for three.js. Capable of rendering lights, textures and geometry using CSS.
My work is referenced in a number of industry publications, including books and magazines.