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new DLP LCr version
I wanna ask you, how much will the resolution of new LCr products be? The vision i used is 608X684. How much will the latest version achieve? I expect the resolution can reach about 1080 and the more the better.
You ask a good question. We are listening to the needs of many people, like yourself, to make that decision. Can you help me understand why you need resolution at or above 1080? What else would you like to see on a future DLP product and why?
We have an application of 3D-Printer by using the LCr. Right now the resolution is 608X684, which is just suitable for small models. But if we want to print a big one, it 's not sufficient. So that's why we need the resolution at or above 1080.
Thought I'd chime in here as well.
1080 (or higher) would be ideal for our software as well as we'd be able to project more finely detailed patterns onto a subject. Phase patterns are effectively a sine wave, and a higher resolution would give the sine wave a finer gradient to extract detail from.
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