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Part Number: DLPDLCR2010EVM
To whom it may concern,
I cannot find any information about interfacing DLPDLCR2010EVM with general purpose MCU (for example, 8-bit AVR). Please be so kind and give me some guidelines.
- I would like to use this product to display data gathered from various sensors; I already developed an embedded system with sensors and ATmega644P MCU. Since DLPDLCR2010EVM is driven by 24-bit RGB signal, I must connect ATmega via I2C or SPI with a dedicated video controller, and then use video controller to output RGB signal and drive DLPDLCR2010EVM, correct? Could you recommend a suitable video controller from your product portfolio?
- once 24-bit RGB signal is sent to DLPDLCR2010EVM, all signal processing is done internally by this product? There is no additional software support needed, I just need to project sent data?
- is there a possibility to order a waveguide from TI (in very small quantities)? Thank you in advance, kind regards
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In reply to Philippe Dollo:
thank you for your reply.
In this particular case, I would need a near-eye display for use in helmets. This is why Raspberry Pi, Raspberry Zero and similar products are just too big. On the other hand, sensor sampling rate is just 2 Hz, so there is no need for several hundred megahertz of processing power just to gather data from sensors. This is why I'm trying to find a chip for video output only.
My idea is to interface ATmega with video controller via I2C or SPI.
Thank you for your time and efforts,
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