Describes the basic framework underlying the Benchmark Solutions real-time bond and credit default swap pricing service that operated between 2010 and 2013. A version was later re-built at Bloomberg and goes by code BMRK.
This example shows how to get asymptote 3D drawings working on Overleaf. All the drawings in this example were taken from the Asymptote documentation.
The important bit is to add settings.render=0, to get around the problem of rendering on headless displays (i.e. the compile servers doesn't have a graphics card/display!)
If you download the PDF and open it in Adobe Reader, you'll get interactive views of the 3D objects!