I've been having a lot of fun with my HP Prime, but one noticeably missing feature is a 3D parametric graphing app. There's a 3D grapher but it only accepts equations in the Z= format. I was wondering, what math goes into making a 3D parametric grapher? The Prime is definitely powerful enough to run such a program, but is it a good project for someone learning a new language?

EDIT: The HP forum has got my back! http://hpmuseum.org/forum/thread-12561-post-113274.html#pid113274
Very nice! The fact that the HP has commands that let you draw solids in 3D, and will then rotate them for you, is just complete magic that I wish us poor TI coders had.
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