Although the three.js API is pretty daunting, I made significant headway today after finding I could use conda to include it in a Jupyter Notebook setting. Thank you Anaconda.
I worked on two of my Python modules today: qrays.py and tetravolumes.py, with the latter now importing the former for testing purposes.
In hopes of helping more teachers get up to speed with this new content, I added a Getting Started link to my Scholarship tab at Grunch.net. Here's where it goes.