Could you please elaborate on this?
As a new presentation style, this doesn't impress me any more than a PowerPoint does. It makes me sick flipping and turning through a website, and though I realize it has some potentially cool uses, stuff like this will, for the most part, be abused.
For instance, the first time I went through this site, I read the first slide, then flicked through the pages and only upon a second visit to the site did I actually read what it had to say. This obviously isn't the case for everyone, I know.
Perhaps the whole issue is with the naming and the fact that one was based on another's code.
I definitely think that it is the right way to name it Jmpress.js, so he doesn't take any credit from the inventor.
Secondly, are impress & jmpress going to cause more 3D interface innovation?
Please, don't repeat good projects without making any improvements. And do NEVER use jQuery only to say that you use it.
Just a thought.
Am I missing something? Seems pretty pointless to me as well.
If you're going to port an application to your own flavor of X, which people are wont to do, please don't miss the most important points. Some of which are easily discernible.