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Thanks to Pusher hosting websocket service, i was able to create this quick experiment using smartphones' accelerometer, websockets (with fallback to flash) and CSS 3D magic. All CSS tricks are inspired by the Mika Tuupola's post here.
So the real magic of this experiment is that you can run it wherever you want, also on mutualised hosting because you don't have to set up a websockets server in Ruby or others languages. That's why you can download the full code of this application and run it in your own server without install anything else! You'll just have to get an pusher app id here and ask the support team to validate your app by send them a email at support(at)pusher.com I hope you enjoyed this experiment. For more cool stuffs about HTML5, CSS3 & JS, you can follow me on Twitter here http://twitter.com/JulienNicault