Thanks for the answer, sir.
I’m fine with GNU/Linux, it is an awesome operating system.
Your projects sounds awesome, too. How many people are working in PilMCU 
project? What OS does it use?

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From: George Orais<>
Sent: Sunday, October 1, 2017 3:52 AM
Subject: Re: I/O device access

Hi stayfirefocus,

Nice goal you got!

From what I understand, there is no direct way or pure PicoLisp way to access 
camera/microphone coz it usually rely on existing libraries made by other 
languages like mainly in C. So I think your first step would be find those 
libraries then access them from PicoLisp ;)

Another approach is to run PicoLisp bare-metal (PilOS for x86) and implement 
the I/O access in Assembly :)

OR maybe you can try run PicoLisp on an RPi and have those I/O access by 
existing drivers and have those drivers access from PicoLisp?

I want to suggest the on-going PilMCU (FPGA based) but I'm still working on the 
I/O too so hehe maybe next time ;) Will post a new video soon on the new 
progress :)


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Thanks so much for the answer, but I don't intend to access camera on Android, 
nor taking picture. The first step of building a vision system for AGI is 
inputting signals or video. Regenaxer, remember I am here because of only 
reason, the goal of building the first AGI in the world. I'm a small 
programmer, you guys have to babysit me :)
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I meant, the first step is accessing the camera, then organizing it to the 
thinking center.


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