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From user point of view, the timing should be well enough to describe and send your message to end user. Minimum 2-3 sec is good for viewing a slideshow.
Being text, be sure that you provide enough time to read it. If there are images, consider one or two seconds to look at them. For deciding how much time is needed, you have to do some tests, get some people to read each image aloud, measure the time it takes to them to get it done and use that time. Reading aloud is slower than reading in silence, thatś ...
W3C’s WCAG 2.0 has a guideline about seizures: Guideline 2.3 Seizures: Do not design content in a way that is known to cause seizures. In Understanding Guideline 2.3 it says about warnings: Warnings do not work well because they are often missed, especially by children who may in fact not be able to read them. To reach level A, you must fulfill 2.3.1 ...
Sorry if I do some english errors, I'm french. Well, in my opinion, the background is moving too much, it distracts the user, makes It pretty difficult to read and write text. I advise you to get rid of it, or at least making it moving slower and/or only at the beginning or using It only at some specific moments (for example when the user validates his ...
Looks like Apple time machine effect Here you go CSS3 example http://forrst.com/posts/CSS3_Time_Machine-5Yr
http://www.html5rocks.com/en/tutorials/speed/high-performance-animations/ This is an insightful article on the matter.
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