Test motion events with new polyfill

Developer Remy Sharp has unveiled Remote-Tilt, a polyfill that enables you to send motion events to a web page. The script works in Chrome, Safari and Opera, and can be added through a single line of JavaScript.

Sharp told us that he built Remote-Tilt for the usual reasons he builds anything: "I was stuck trying to do something, and so I created a tool to do that thing. I was planning on adding motion events to a website I had worked on, and although I know how they work, the values in the events don't really mean much to me."

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