Embrio is a development tool for creating embedded software, currently for use with the Arduino. It utilizes an "agent based" architecture designed for the challenges of programming highly parallel software with limited hardware resources.

It is a visual environment where programs are made by adding and connecting nodes into groups called agents. At the low level, physical pins on the Arduino can be read from or written to with analog or digital input and output nodes, or you can write your own nodes using the full power of the Arduino library. The control and logic of your program are then designed visually with a real time connection to your Arduino giving you unprecedented interaction while creating your projects.

This document will start with a "getting started" area meant to be gone through in order. This will quickly expose you to the basics of using the software. The rest of the documentation is a reference to the different parts and features of the software.

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