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/
This page is useful if you are interested in the code development of Myro. link title You can read a reference manual on Myro at Myro Reference Manual. You can read about how to install Myro at Myro Installation Manual.
You can get the latest bleeding edge code out of CVS by reading http://emergent.brynmawr.edu/emergent/PyroDeveloperCVS (substitute Myro for Pyrobot)
Likewise, you can browse the CVS repository here: http://cvs.cs.brynmawr.edu/cgi-bin/viewcvs.cgi/Myro/
You can join the Myro Users mailing list here: http://myro.roboteducation.org/mailman/listinfo/myro-users
The IPRE Robot kit was provided for students and contains the lunchbox (available at http://www.lunchboxes.com/robots.html), a flashlight, 4 Sharpie Pens, the Myro CD, and the modified Scribbler (from Parallax at http://www.parallax.com/detail.asp?product_id=28136) with USB and serial Adaptors. You can find out how to assemble your own robot at http://www-static.cc.gatech.edu/~kjohara/winxp-08-10-2006/scribbler-hardware.html
Current Myro Shopping List
Lunchboxes: 13 -- Buy Here
CDs: 13 -- To be burned here
Serial Adapters (Parani SD100): 11--Buy Here
Bluetooth Dongles (Cellink BTA-6030): 12 -- Buy Here
Scribblers: 10 -- Buy Here!