Part Number: DLP4710EVM-LC
I use EVM to project 45 patterns (24 vertical patterns and 22 horizontal patterns). I found vertical patterns are shifted (please see below pictures), could you please help me to solve the problem?
What is the size of the image you are uploading?
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In reply to Kyle Rakos:
These png files are about 80kBytes.
In reply to Derlin Chow:
Can you please try by flipping the pattern and see are you seeing the shifted pixel on the same side ?
In reply to Navneet Singh:
Please see attached screenshots showing two similar patterns (white to black/black to white except center thin black line ) and their projection respectively.
The lower image of each screenshot is image (or pattern) 2 and the upper is image (pattern) 3. Let's look at pattern 2, the number of wider bars on the right hand side of center thin bar on the pattern file is "15", but projected pattern shows "16". The number of wider bars on the left hand side of center thin line on the pattern file is "16", but projected pattern shows "15"
I believe EVM starts the patter in the center of the image and causes the pattern shift in half. This does not happen to horizontal bars since it makes no different where to start for horizontal patterns.
In addition, I read through many posts on this forum, I think my problem is same as below post
I attached my vertical pattern files, could you please try them on your end?
Pre and post dark time: 1000us
Exposure time: 8000
I will check and get back to you soon.
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