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Uploaded on Apr 11, 2009

FunWorlds/VRML (Functional Programming and Virtual Worlds/Virtual Reality Markup Language) is an embedded compiler that translates programs in a domain-specific Haskell-embedded language to interactive, animated VRML'97+ECMAScript. This presentation, written in FunWorlds/VRML itself, translated, then rendered in a VRML plugin, provides an overview and examples. It was given at the Implementation of Functional Languages Workshop 2001 (IFL'2001) in Stockholm. The original was 25 minutes plus questions, so you might want to use your pause button and slider!-)

This refers to an old, no longer active variant of the project but, for paper, source code, and the real presentation, interactive and without screen capture artifacts, see the project page: http://community.haskell.org/~claus/F... .

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