It's funny how about 5 months of work can be summarized into a simple little blog post this small. Basically Chris, Dave, Omar, Mike, Justin, and I put everything together below over a ridiculous amount sleepless nights.
I got a very skeptical email a couple days ago asking me, "why Open Source hardware?" The links below should make it obvious... hardware is meant to be open. Open Source makes hardware more fun, because you can hack it without $1000's of dollars of oscilloscopes... you can hack it just by digging through code API's and schematic diagrams. You can push it to its limits, and make it do what it was never meant to do. Everything ever built and sold at the Liquidware shop has easter eggs in it, and ... the Illuminato X Machina is filled with Easter eggs.
The rest of this blog is going to be a very repetetive, because everything is now uploaded up at the same place, over at "Illuminato Labs," which is the "holding place" if you will, for all of the Illuminato X Machina files. That includes:
-The customized version of the Arduino IDE, called the Antipasto Arduino IDE, specifically designed to program the Illuminato X Machina - of course there's a Mac, Windows, and Linux version
-The Open Source code repository, hosted on github, linked here
-Documentation and references
-The Core functional API
It's all Open Source, released under the Creative Commons license...