Intel has stopped supporting the Chips & Technologies flat-panel/CRT display chips, but copies of a few of them can be found right here:
I am surprised looking back at how different the writing is between Intel's old documentation and Silicon Magic's documentation only a year and a half later. I sure learned a lot in a hurry.
Silicon Magic has long since departed the graphics industry but I have the documentation as it existed the day I backed up the hard drive I was using.
SM3110 Technical Reference, the
SM3110 Product Bulletin, and the
SM3120 Engineering Specification
I have a crate of these SM3110 books in storage, as I am ridiculously proud of this particular work.
When I got my first cellphone, it was a Windows CE device...which had no apps available. I had to write some:
Windows CE Spanish/English flashcard program,
Windows CE automated dictation program
I made some Android apps that weren't yet in existence (time has caught up with many of them):
Google Play Store
I made a little game in Unity3D that I liked, although it is basically a copy of the tutorial made for web deployment:
Notes from various jobs
DK65555X Design Board Layout application note,
CX27201 Product Bulletin,
An Attractive Visio Drawing,