SVG makes the world go round

I just had to play with SVG filters a little more.

You’ll find instructions on how to do this in the previous post, but this is maybe a better example for what you can do with it:

A spinning world

enough said.

This entry was written by Hans Schmucker , posted on Tuesday June 02 2009at 12:06 pm , filed under Default Category . Bookmark the permalink . Post a comment below or leave a trackback: Trackback URL.

One Response to “SVG makes the world go round”

  • Ittiz says:

    I noticed in this demo you used feBlend and it works! How?! I've tried to make it work with no luck. I figure that it would be better to use multiple gradients and the feBlend filter rather than raster for a displacement map. It would also be alterable "on the fly."

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