folio.js - A library for use with Paper.js (http://paperjs.org/)

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Folio.js is a library for Paper.js. Folio.js is a collection of functions for supporting animations, rudimentary 3D, additional Path items and lastly a structured framework/chain of operations similar to that of Processing, OpenFrameworks, Cinder, et. al. Not all of the code used in Folio.js was created by me but credit and links are given where credit is due.

https://github.com/frederickk/folio.js

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