Please see PyjamaDevelopment for the latest on Myro3 and Pyjama.
Myro is the name of the software created by the Institute for Personal Robots in Education (IPRE) that runs the Scribbler and Fluke hardware. Myro currently exists as a prototype written in CPython, the original version of Python written in the C programming language. We are working on a new application programming interface (API) in .NET and Mono (an open source, cross-platform implementation of .NET), including Microsoft Robotics Developer Studio and Iron Python. This new version of Myro is called Myro 3.0.
- Myro on .NET (Including Mono): Introduction, description, and specs
- IronPython: Getting started information and tutorials about IronPython
- Myro 3.0 Developer Manual: Backend description and "new robot tutorials"
Downloading and running
- Myro3 Getting Started Guide: Installing prerequisites and checking out and building Myro3 source