Interactive 3D CGGallery – HTML5

Interactive 3D CGGallery – HTML5 Created by ThemeOxygen. This templates have specific characteristics, namely: Animation with mouse moveX – axis rotationY – axis rotationZ – axis rotationXYZ – axis rotationRotation single rowSelection Canvas or .

You can use this Interactive 3D CGGallery – HTML5 on Html5 category for 3d interact, canvas, css gallery, gallery, interaction slide, interactive, move, rotation, slideshow, three.js, webGl and another uses.

Interactive 3D CGGallery - HTML5
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Features:

  • None: None
  • Html5: HTML5
  • No: No
  • Ie9, firefox, safari, chrome: IE9, Firefox, Safari, Chrome
  • Javascript js, html, css: JavaScript JS, HTML, CSS

Animation with mouse moveX – axis rotationY – axis rotationZ – axis rotationXYZ – axis rotationRotation single rowSelection Canvas or WebGl

FUNCTIONALITY BUTTON:

Button1 (Start Animation): OnClick moving the mouse you have a 3D effect on the cubes that move away and approach, and the effect rotation effect.

btnRotationX (Rotation X): OnClick created the effect of rotation around the x axis of the cubes

btnRotationY (Rotation Y): OnClick created the effect of rotation around the y axis of the cubes

btnRotationZ (Rotation Z): OnClick created the effect of rotation around the z axis of the cubes

btnRotationXYZ (Rotation XYZ): OnClick created the effect of rotation around the xyz axis of the cubes

btnSingleRow1 (Rotation Y single row 1): OnClick created the effect of rotation around the y axis of the cubes to a single line (Row 1)

btnSingleRow2 (Rotation Y single row 2): OnClick created the effect of rotation around the y axis of the cubes to a single line (Row 2)

btnSingleRow3 (Rotation Y single row 3): OnClick created the effect of rotation around the y axis of the cubes to a single line (Row 3)

btnSingleRow4 (Rotation Y single row 4): OnClick created the effect of rotation around the y axis of the cubes to a single line (Row 4)

btnCanvas (canvas): OnClick you have possibility view approach canvas

btnWebGL (webGl): OnClick you have possibility view approach webGl

These two approaches give you the ability to select based on the browser that supports WebGL or Canvas