Except the presentations are a bit more psychotic.
(Coincidentally, Himpress is written in Haskell)
Think of Himpress as a "markdown" for impress.js:
index.him ↬ himpress ↬ index.html
Himpress supports a number of different lightweight markup languages:
>>> markdown *This is a test of how awesome Himpress' support for* >>> textile bq. lots of different markups >>> html <span class="huge">is!</span>
Himpress can access all of impress.js' data attributes...
>>> move 10 10 10 By default, plain text is interpreted as markdown. >>> move up This is another presentation step. >>> rotate 90 >>> rotate 180 37 42 >>> zoom out >>> zoom 3.5
...as well as arbitrary attributes and css:
>>> class huge This text will be big! >>> move left >>> id fooobar >>> attribute data-awesomeness very very awesome This next slide's id is "fooobar" and it has a data-awesome attribute value of "very very awesome!"
I wrote Himpress as a tool for presenting Haskell, so it also supports syntax highlighting for Haskell:
fibs = 1 : 1 : zipWith (+) fibs (tail fibs) qsort :: (Ord a) => [a] -> [a] qsort (x:xs) = qsort smaller ++ x : qsort larger where smaller = filter (<x) xs larger = filter (>=x) xs qsort  = 
Want to use Himpress?
However, Himpress is very alpha! Future plans include more intuitive model for the 3d aspect of impress.js, as well as some degree of documentation.
© 2012, Matthew Sorensen.
This is all made possible by Bartek Szopka's awesome work on Impress.js