Has anyone tried running a lisp/lush system on the Pandora? I think you can use commonlisp, and maybe lush in ubuntu, but what about a minimalist approach?
Here's a link to lush: http://lush.sourceforge.net/
Here's a few reasons I really want to learn it:
Interfaces with C code and libraries, in line!
Has full access to math and AI functions (lisp was designed for information processing)
Can be added onto while the engine is running (sort of like macros, except have been implemented since the first lisp engine)
^- that feature makes for a dynamic engine that can be modified on-the-fly
Already has interfaces to openGL and SDL, shouldn't be that hard to interface with what the pandora uses
sound and video grabbing, could be used for cameras, pattern recognition like barcodes and faces or something.
can bind to python c, I don't know what it fully means, but I know lots of people use python
The only drawback is it may not have been significantly altered since 2007, but for me it looks very simple and intuitive (it uses lots of verbs and simple nouns in an easy to learn syntax)