This demo shows how to use pure CSS Animations to create stunning parallax scrolling effects. It’s additionally spiced up with some basic sprite animations.
Coverflickr is a mashup of the coverflow and slider components, CSS Transforms, CSS Transitions, and of course, Flickr. It is dedicated to the Webkit project for making something like this possible.
The Uberplayer is an alternative interface for Youtube, entirely Server- and Flashless (except the video itself, duh!). It uses some other experiments here, like the coverflow!
Inspired by Zachstronaut’s Isocube experiment, this one comes with full texture support. Try to drag a texture onto the cubes, and don’t miss to press ‘n’ on your keyboard!
Special about this layout of a filemanager is that it’s pure CSS. Try a browser that supports alternate stylesheets!
A pretty old demo that needs some love, but it’s cool nonetheless. Navigate using the arrows or dock!
If Google ever did music search. Obviously it’s not actually searching, the demo is only showing the input of notes.
The carousel widget takes a bunch of images and transforms them into a highly interactive fake-3D carousel. It can be heavily customized and controlled by mouse.
A basic 3D implementation of the UI carousel, using nothing but CSS.
Coverflow widget known from iTunes. It uses CSS Transforms in supported browsers, and advanced matrix filters in Internet Explorer.
Once already part of jQuery UI, the magnifier was removed for maintenance and support reasons. This is the heavily refactored incarnation.
Showthrough or Mask is a plugin that can be twittered – it can be minified to less than 140 characters. And it’s actually useful: It blends through any background for a number of elements.