The first batch of IOIO's has started shipping these days! I'd like to thank the patience and support of those who bought it in back-order. I can't wait to see what users are going to make of it.
If you make a cool project with IOIO, please let me know about it in the comments, on email or in the discussion group. If there's enough volume, I'll open a page on this blog dedicated to such projects.
As promised, I'm opening the source-code, under FreeBSD license.
The project's documentation, including a partially complete user guide is here:
I'm now working on filling the missing parts, but there should be enough Javadocs to get those of you who can't wait going. The project's source code is there too, available for download as a tarball or using git.
SparkFun have recently release a beginner's guide to IOIO here:
I opened a discussion group for IOIO users, where I'll try to answer questions and get feedback. Feel free to subscribe there if you want to know what's going on:
If you want to take part in IOIO development, please introduce yourself and submit a request for membership in: