Thanks for the reply. That's a shame — it seems like the hardware engineering is good, and as a product it certainly fills a very important need. But without solid software and strong developer support, it's not going to fly.
Just following up on this old thread because I'm currently deciding whether to jump into the Nolo space as a developer or not, and things like this are a concern. (And it doesn't help that when I tried to send email to firstname.lastname@example.org, …
Whoops, I didn't realize this. Nolo just got a lot less attractive for me. Inertial tracking is not very accurate.
I guess I'll keep my fingers crossed for a Nolo 2.0, that tracks rotation as well as position!