Experiments have to start from somewhere in order to arrive eventually to something like a Microbiome OS.
It’s Node-compatible and ships with Wifi built in.
Imagine that there is one GLC actor per Tessel device. The interactions between GLC actors may be done partially via the Wifi.
The advantage is that one may overlap the locality of graph rewrites of chemlambda with space locality.
Each GLC actor has as data a chemlambda molecule, with it’s in and out free arrows (or free chemical bonds) tagged with names of other actors.
A bond between two actors form, in the chemlambda+Tessel world, if the actors are close enough to communicate via Wifi.
Look for example at the beta move, done via the behaviour 1 of GLC actors. This may involve up to 6 actors, namely the two actors which communicate via the graphic beta move and at most 4 other actors which have to modify their tags of neighbouring actors names as a result of the move. If all are locally connected by Wifi then this becomes straightforward.
What would be the experiment then? To perform distributed, decentralized computations with chemlambda (in particular to do functional programming in a decentralized way) which are also sprawled over the physical world. The Tessel devices involved in the computation don’t have to be all in possible Wifi connections with the others, on the contrary, only local connections would be enough.
Moreover, the results of the computations could as well have physical effects (in the sense that the states of the actors could produce effects in the real world) and as well the physical world could be used as input for the computation (i.e. the sensors connected to Tessel devices could modify the state of the actor via a core-mask mechanism).
That would play the role of a very primitive, but functional, experimental ancestor of a Microbiome OS.