00:48:34 Terry James: Robothon 2023, time 9 AM – 4 PM.
00:55:44 SDK’s Video Monitor: https://retroforth.org/
00:57:14 Terry James: Many astronomical telescopes still use Forth. The telescope at Goldendale, WA uses it.
00:58:09 Terry James: Forth was also used on HP Calculators.
00:58:31 James Newton: Forth is a great little language. I wrote one many years ago on a TRS-80 (Z80 based) that used “RET” (return) as the NEXT word. The program WAS the Stack. LOL!
00:59:00 James Newton: The key is that every Forth is different. “When you’ve seen one Forth, you’ve seen one forth”
01:01:56 Terry James: Do you have to raise and lower the fence in this version of Forth?
01:02:58 Terry James: I used to work on Medical equipment that used Forth.
01:11:53 Terry James: Forth info:
01:11:54 Terry James: https://chipwits.com/2023/04/08/forth-programming-language-going-forth/
01:16:22 James Newton: I gotta run. Have a class to teach. Best wishes all.
01:17:42 Terry James: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aJU8EL61NgA
01:28:12 Terry James: Flying aquatic Robots: https://oceanbites.org/a-high-flying-aquatic-robot/
01:59:48 Terry James: Did you try curved plates?
02:03:37 Scott: Did you try doing any of this in simulation? If not, why not?
02:52:14 Tianyu Wang: https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/9811929