Myro Development

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Myro, which stands for My Robotics, is a shared source project aimed at making it easy for beginners to learn about computer science by programming robots. This is a project of the Institute for Personal Robots in Education, a joint initiative between the Georgia Institute of Technology, Bryn Mawr College, and Microsoft Research. You can find out more about the IPRE here: http://www.roboteducation.org/

Myro Development

This version of Myro, version 2, is designed to work with CPython 2.4, IDLE, and Tkinter. There is a new version under development that will use Mono/.NET (for all platforms) and work with more than just Python. That version will be part of the Pyjama Project.

Source Code

Mailing Lists

IPRE Robot Kit

IPRE Robot Kit - Bryn Mawr College, Spring 2009
IPRE Robot Kit - Bryn Mawr College, Fall 2007
IPRE Robot Kit - Bryn Mawr College, Spring 2007

IPRE Scribbler Parts List

  1. 1 robot (Scribbler, http://www.parallax.com/detail.asp?product_id=28136)
  2. 1 IPRE Fluke
  3. 1 Myro CD, Myro Installation Manual
  4. 1 USB Bluetooth Adapater (if your laptop doesn't have bluetooth already)

Extras:

  1. 1 lunchbox (http://www.lunchboxes.com/robots.html), $14
  2. 1 flashlight, $4
  3. 4 Sharpie Pens, $2
  4. 1 Fluke Reverser, $10 (will be available soon)

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