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Interactive Photo 3D Gallery with Zooming In / Out

Posted · Category: Gallery, License Free

Gerard Ferrandez has created a Photo 3D Gallery. The interactive gallery is written in Javascript which is very user friendly. The photos will move according to your mouse movement. You can click on any pictures to zoom in and out. Now we have one more choice for embedding a photo gallery in your projects.


Requirements: No Requirements
Demo: http://www.dhteumeuleu.com/
License: License Free

  • Looks a bit broken in Opera (9.24)

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  • I don’t know about user friendly – when I click on a photo, I expect to be able to click on the other ones, but they magically move away from my mouse – I wouldn’t think that I would have to re-click the image to zoom back out first.

    It is a nice bit of JS though.

  • Interesting idea, but can’t be used in the state that it’s in right now. Not for a gallery anyway.

  • This guy is an AMAZING js coder! Simply amazing creations.

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  • That is the most incredible thing I’ve ever seen..

  • kevin

    Was this gallery removed from his website? I cant find it anymore

  • SunJoo

    When I visited the author’s site, I realized license is NOT FREE as it is shown here. So, take caution and contact the author for any commercial project.

    Below is from the author’s site

    “… I obviously wish to add my share to the spirit of mutual help in learning JavaScript and “DOM Scripting”. Therefore, all work on this site is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial 3.0 License

    Creative Commons License

    You don’t need my permission and you are free:

    – to Share — to copy, distribute and transmit my work
    – to Remix — to reuse or adapt and build upon my work, for free

    Under the following conditions:

    – Attribution. You must leave intact my credit lines inside the source codes, and refrain from claiming the scripts as your own. I do this as a non profit, creative activity; at the same time, I aim to hold my rights as author and to retain complete ownership of my work.

    – Noncommercial. You may not use my work for commercial purposes (contact me otherwise). “

  • Hein Latt Zaw

    very good

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