Another coding experiment to see what possible with HTML 5 and CSS3. No so graphically intensive as the HTML5 in part 1 but a bit more complicated from an API point of view. Lots of fiddly bits to work out via trial and error which is not fun; but never-the-less it was an enjoyable exercise. Update: Now working in Chrome too - see my follow up post to see why it was broken.
With HTML 5 and CSS 3 you can add animation to your site easily, while the new API's introduced by HTML 5 allow for the creation of full-client side web applications that are dynamic and persistent.
Browser Woes - Firefox only.