Stunning visuals with Maths and...no JavaScript?

A session at Full Frontal 2013

Friday 8th November, 2013

3:10pm to 3:50pm (GMT)

Everybody has probably seen mathematical visualizations that were created using JavaScript. However, one thing that not everybody may know is that some of them can be perfectly replicated using nothing but HTML and CSS.

This talk is going to deconstruct some examples, explain the mathematical reasoning behind, reveal a few lesser known things about certain CSS properties and show how using a preprocessor can help with keeping these demos extremely customizable while actually writing very little code.

Loves maths, especially geometry. Enjoys playing with code. Passionate about experimenting & learning new things. Fascinated by astrophysics and science in general. Huge fan of technological advance & its applications in all fields. Shows an interest in motor sports, drawing, classic cartoons, rock music, cuddling toys and animals with sharp claws & big teeth. Dreams about owning a real tiger.

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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 3:10pm3:50pm GMT

Date Fri 8th November 2013

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