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DMD LabVIEW sample code
This is Jinyang and I am doing research for DMD development.
I would like to use LabVIEW to control and sync DMD to other hardware of my system. Could you please provide me some sample code of LabVIEW?
I promise I will never share the code for any commercial purpose. I really appreciate it and look forward to hearing from you soon.
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Could you tell me what platform this is in reference to? [i.e. D4100, Pico, LightCommander or LightCrafter]
I am using D4100.
For the D4100 platform, please request this code from the Design House that you purchased your kit from. Please see this link --> DLP Design Houses
We route the requests through our Design Houses to ensure compliance with US export regulations.
I request this information from you before and you sent me the LabVIEW code. Could you please do me a favor again?
We since have changed our policy on providing this type of software through the E2E forums. You will need to request it from one of the design houses. They will be happy to provide it to you. They should have it, but if not I will be happy to provide it to them.
Hi Fizix, I got the code from my designer house for the DMD 4100 but I have a problem when I run the vi, there is a error. it recognized the chip 0.55 XGA but it cannot load the images. The error out says: program_FPGA.vi How I can fix it? or what I am missing.
I forgot to mention, I am running the Int-Load_Run 2 Images.vi
What version of LabView are you running? And what version of Windows are you running?
Also, did you unzip all of the files from the zip file into one directory and run the vi from that directory?
Yes I unzipped the files in one folder and run the vi from there. I have 2011, 2012 and 8.5 Labview version and is not working in any of those...
Hi Do you have any other suggestion why is not working on labview if it is working on DIscovery?
Hello MBAE, The code is originally written in version 7.1 of LabView which operates on Windows XP. I know that there have been issues with using the dll under Windows 7.
What Operating System are you using? Is it 32 bit or 64 bit? If all else fails you may try using XP Mode in Windows 7. That has worked for some.
Can you operate the D4100 with the Discovery Explorer GUI? or does it fail also?
I am using a 64 bit Operating system and Win XP. I can operate (load and display images) the D4100 using the Explorer GUI.
When I run the labview program it recognized the chip but displays I think just the first rows on the image.
are you using windows XP 64 bit, or are you using windows XP 32 bit mode in another 64 bit version of windows?
I ask because I'm interested in having the drivers of the D4100 working in a 64 bit windows 7 so that I can access more than 4GB of memory while using it.
I am using the 0.95 1080p 2 x LVDS Type A DMD - Discovery 4100 Development Kit: DLPD4X00KIT in accelerator faciltiy's for imaging.
Where can I find a LabView VI program and communication driver for a 64-bit OS System for Windows 7 Pro ?
Unfortunately the DMD Explorer 4100 software does not operate in a system mentioned above so I am loooking for a LabView code to control the DMD.
Welcome to DLP & MEMS E2E Forum!
You need to request the LabView code from the Design House you purchased the kit from as mentioned by Fizix in above post.
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