Robotics and Sensorial Control Language

Project Introduction

RaSCL provides an abstracted interpreted language and associated libraries to allow robotics hobbyists to add complex reactive behaviour to their host controlled robots. The RaSCL core abstracts notions such as resource sharing/locking/deadlock avoidance, multiple thread/job interaction and other programming aspects associated with a multi-threaded control system. This leaves the RaSCL developer to concentrate on high level robot behaviour, rather than low level programming concepts.

In essence, RaSCL aims to provide hobbyists with a development platform they can use to control their robots without the need for extensive programming background, whilst providing an expandable and powerful language that will not limit them as they develop more comprehensive robots.

Details, Downloads & Discussion

See the pages on my old website for more details.

projects/slybot/rascl.txt · Last modified: 2011/05/27 21:59 (external edit)
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