Yamaha’s YGY611—a pioneer 3D chips

Yamaha was a developer of video display controllers or processors (VDP) in the late 1980s. The company made IBM compatible CGA display controllers such as the YGY603. The company also made the video display processor (VDP) for the Sega Genesis video game console, and the VDP for TI’s popular TI-99 calculator. Yamaha was, of course, best known for its audio ...

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