It's like OpenSCAD except it isnt ;-)  

It’s like OpenSCAD except it isnt :wink:

Interesting, “try it online” seems busted at the moment though :stuck_out_tongue:

I got a little involved in this one early on, helping get the marching cubes cases to give the right normal direction. It is certainly an interesting idea, being able to chain arbitrary functions when writing the underlying Haskell can give some very interesting effects.

But I was never able to switch to it completely, as I could not give up the live interaction with the visual results of the OpenSCAD program.