Maths-powered transforms for creating 3D shapes

A session at CSSconf.eu 2013

Friday 13th September, 2013

10:45am to 11:15am (CET)

Transforms are incredibly powerful and immensely helpful when we want to create any kind of polygon starting from humble rectangles. Or when we want to take these polygonal shapes and assemble them into polyhedra. Or even when we want to create various 3D surfaces starting from nothing more than a curvy border. Understanding the mathematical reasoning behind these transforms allows you to achieve wonderful and visually stunning effects.

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Ana Tudor

Alley cat. Got claws and nothing to lose. Rock star scientist. Offensive and excessive. Not friends just because you once talked to me, keep the distance. bio from Twitter

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Time 10:45am11:15am CET

Date Fri 13th September 2013

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