DLP® Using Digital Micromirror Devices: A Primer

DLP® Using Digital Micromirror Devices: A Primer
Author(s):    Tommy Gmünder
Published:   2016
DOI:             10.1117/3.2258675
eISBN: 9781510605084
Description:

Digital Light Processing (DLP) is a multipurpose, robust, modern, and easily accessible optical technology that uses Digital Micromirror Devices (DMDs), which reflect light pixelwise from a light source to a target. This Spotlight describes how to set up and implement DLP in various applications, such as training kits, reference designs, test equipment, and how to get the quickest and most efficient learning experience.

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Digital Light Processing (DLP®) is known as a multipurpose, robust, modern, and easily accessible optical technology that uses digital micromirror devices (DMDs), which reflect light pixelwise from a light source to a target. DLP® was invented by Texas Instruments and is commonly used in projectors, as shown in Fig. 1, but is also used in other fields.

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