Human Machine Interfaces

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Human Machine Interfaces, Inc.
Founded 1992
Closed 2002?
Headquarters Eugene, Oregon (USA)
Other Names HMI

Human Machine Interfaces is a company founded by Nick Skrepetos in 1992. It created and licensed the Sound Operating System, which boasted to be featured in over 500 games. The company's website received its last updates in 1999, and went offline after 2002. The founder went on to create other companies such as Panicware and SuperAntiSpyware.

Music Development

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