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== Robots ==
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== Robotics ==
   
 
;[http://haskell.org/yampa/ Haskell for Vision and Robotics]
 
;[http://haskell.org/yampa/ Haskell for Vision and Robotics]
 
:Frob is an Embedded Domain Specific Language for controlling robots. It is built using the principals of Functional Reactive Programming, as developed by Conal Elliott for the Fran animation system. The current incarnation of Frob is part of the Yampa FRP system.
 
:Frob is an Embedded Domain Specific Language for controlling robots. It is built using the principals of Functional Reactive Programming, as developed by Conal Elliott for the Fran animation system. The current incarnation of Frob is part of the Yampa FRP system.
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;[http://hackage.haskell.org/package/NXT A Haskell interface to Lego Mindstorms NXT]
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:A Haskell interface to Lego Mindstorms NXT over Bluetoooth. It supports direct commands, messages and many sensors (also unofficial). It has also support for a simple message-based control of a NXT brick via remotely executed program (basic NXC code included).

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Robotics

Haskell for Vision and Robotics
Frob is an Embedded Domain Specific Language for controlling robots. It is built using the principals of Functional Reactive Programming, as developed by Conal Elliott for the Fran animation system. The current incarnation of Frob is part of the Yampa FRP system.
A Haskell interface to Lego Mindstorms NXT
A Haskell interface to Lego Mindstorms NXT over Bluetoooth. It supports direct commands, messages and many sensors (also unofficial). It has also support for a simple message-based control of a NXT brick via remotely executed program (basic NXC code included).