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JavaScript

ian izaguirre
ian izaguirre
3,220 Points

Is this Effect I found on a website all Javascript ?

On this site : http://www.kinetic.com.sg/main.html

When you scroll down to the all green background section they have an effect of a "Sperm" following your mouse and also a piece of DNA spinning slowly. How is this done I think this is so cool to try to recreate the mouse effect and spinning DNA ?

1 Answer

Looks like it. Most animations are done with TweenLite.

ian izaguirre
ian izaguirre
3,220 Points

Very cool link thank you, is this how the mouse effect is done or is that something else? The effect I am referring to is the "sperm" following the mouse at a distance the circling it when the mouse stops moving, on the reproduction part of the website ...