You've got to have a play with this interactive CSS experiment by 'Mr Doob', created using three.js. Science has never been so fun!
The periodic table of elements is a popular subject for designers to showcase new web technologies, and this latest CSS3 experiment is the most fun yet.
Built by Barcelona-based web designer Ricardo Cabello - best known within the community as 'Mr Doob' - the demo starts with the animated elements hurtling through space towards each other to form a table.
You're then given the option to rotate them in three dimensions by dragging on your mouse.
You can also switch between 'Table', 'Sphere', 'Helix', and 'Grid' views by clicking the buttons at the bottom of the page.
Bear in mind that the demo uses cutting-edge web technologies that only work in the most modern browsers: we'd recommend the latest version of Chrome.
In case you don't have access to a modern browser, Cabello has also posted this video of how the demo runs on an iPad 2:
You'll find more of Mr Doob's projects on Github.
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