ARITH-MATIC is a British computational hardware project and micro startup. We craft a range of DIY electronic kits which beautifully dissect the complex mechanisms of computation.
We are proud to be based along the infamous M4 corridoor and, where possible, partner with local businesses and manufacturers. Our beautiful PCBs are designed and fabricated in the UK.
At ARITH-MATIC we believe in the co-existence of unconventional thinking and ruthless logic in everything we do. Neither one nor the other, but both, in restless harmony. Our aim is to demystify the impenetrably cold logic at the heart of modern computation.
We don't get too worried about theoretical purity - we're pragmatists and hope you are too.
We're always looking to get in contact with like minded individuals. In get in touch, or for general enquiries, please email: email@example.com.
For specific questions relating to our products, product launch or press enquiries, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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