According to the mmr site a new version is running on firmware 2.0. However, a fully featured version is still a few weeks off as yet.
Here’s a bit about what Mrmr is all about:
Mrmr is an ongoing open-source research project to develop a standardized set of protocols and syntax conventions to control live installations and multimedia performances via mobile devices. The project is currently spearheaded by Eric Redlinger, researcher-in-residence at Brooklyn Polytechnic University’s Integrated Digital Media Institute.
Simply put, Mrmr is a technology that enables you to use ordinary cell phones and PDAs as controllers in audio-visual performances, or to participate in interactive museum exhibits, or to use your mobile device in the place of the mouse or trackpad from your full-size computer.
Key elements of the Mrmr project are:
create your own interface using only a text editor
multiuser by design / client peer-to-peer or client-server models supported
open standards (zeroconfig/bonjour/mdns, OSC), open source
dynamic interfaces: widgets can be reconfigured ‘on the fly’