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Welcome to the Offerman Industries

Offerman Industries is creating art and design based on old-school electronics, i.e. retrotronics. It involves programming embedded systems, and designing and having manufactured aluminium components, electronic schematics, printed circuit boards, 3D-printed objects, and laser-cut acrylic glass and aluminium. Although some of these technologies are also used in the makers movement, in this case a far more robust, industrial approach is used.

Development board featuring SID sound chip driven by ATmega328P MCU

Even though I didn't have the money to buy one myself back then in the early eighties, the Commodore 64 was my first love. And that had everything to do with the Video Interface Chip (VIC-II) and the Sound Interface Device (SID) in this machine. In...

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Offerman Industries


Adrian Offerman
The Netherlands

Phone:
+31-71-5891606 (CES)

E-mail:adrian@offerman.industries

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Open-source RISC processors making waves in research and industry

11-10-2018 Adrian Offerman

Hardware is software It's still early in terms of silicon implementations, tooling and operating system support, but the open RISC-V processor specification is making inroads in the processor world. As RISC-V...

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CERN contribution to KiCad aids Open-Source Hardware and knowledge transfer

07-10-2018 Adrian Offerman

Last month version 5 of the KiCad software suite was released. It provides a set of OSS tools for designing electronic circuits and creating Printed Circuit Board (PCB) layouts, and...

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Building microprocessor architectures on open-source hardware and software

07-10-2018 Adrian Offerman

Avoiding licensing burdens It has been five years since ETH Zurich in Switzerland and the University of Bologna in Italy started their joint PULP research project on the energy efficiency of...

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