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Euslisp Robot Programming Language

EusLisp is a programming language and environment for robot simulation and control. Developed at the Electrotechnical Laboratory in Japan, EusLisp allows developers to write complex algorithms using Common Lisp. The language provides tools like geometric modeling, collision detection, path planning, visualization capabilities, and interfaces to hardware drivers for real-world robotics applications. In addition to providing sophisticated features for robotics research and development, EusLisp supports compiler generation targeting microprocessor architectures. It has been used in academia as well as industry settings where advanced robotic systems are being created or tested.

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