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Project 3D content in glass

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Dear Support,

I'm looking for the right DLP PICO configuration that can answer my needs that including:

  1. We are looking for SFF projector that have hi resolution in short distance - around 5-10cm
  2. Our content size are small around 15-20X30 cm
  3. Need to support 3D Object.
  4. We project the content on smart glass or on the domes of the glass (the glass is made like pipe of 20x30 cm) in 3D that can be show all scope of the pipe 
  5. Its need to be low power consumption and quiet.
  6. need to be not expansive 

thnak you in advance,

David 

  • Hello David,

    Thanks for your interest in DLP technology. I have a few follow-up questions and comments for you based off of your points.

    1. Does SFF mean small form factor? What is your requirement for "high resolution"? 720p? 1080p? 4k?
    2. It sounds like you will need an ultra short throw projector.
    3. What do you mean by 3D object? Are you looking to project 3D video through the use of active glasses?
    4. I'm a little confused on this point. Are you trying to map a projected image onto a real world object? 
    5. Do you have specifications on the overall power consumption you are looking at?
    6. Do you have  a price range?

    Could you please also confirm you are looking to develop your own product with DLP technology? TI sells both the ICs (integrated circuits) to build our projectors and EVMs (evaluation modules) to evaluate the integrated circuits (see here for more info on EVMs). If you are looking to get started faster, we also have 3rd party design houses who have various products based on our DLP technology.

    Thanks,

    Kyle

  • In reply to Kyle Rakos:

    Hi Kyle,

    did you received my answer email?

    David 

  • In reply to David Avital:

    Hello David,

    I didn't receive any additional information. Did you answer via direct message?

    Thanks,

    Kyle

  • In reply to David Avital:

    No,

    i did replay to the email i received.

    i send you over there also Image that explain the concept.

    David 

     

  • In reply to David Avital:

    Hello David,

    I am unsure what email you received? Are you able to respond directly on here?

    Thanks,
    Kyle

  • In reply to Kyle Rakos:

    I prefer to send it vi Private Email especially the Image.

    David 

  • In reply to David Avital:

    Hi David,

    Please accept my friend request and feel free to send the answers via direct message.

    Thanks,

    Kyle