Now comes the announcement of the Lisp Badge, a computer programmed in Lisp with a self-contained keyboard and display.
My earlier Tiny Lisp Computer 2 PCB was a board running Lisp that was just 3.25″ x 1.5″, but although it had an integrated display, it needed an external keyboard.
I was inspired to make this new version when I saw Voja Antonic’s Belgrade Badge, a self-contained BASIC computer with an integrated keyboard and display designed for the Hackaday Belgrade conference in July 2018.
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