I need to design a projector that would fit on the user's eye glasses and project video in front of that person (on a surface such a wall or a hand).
In your opinion, what are the minimum components needed to connect a HDMI input to the DLP chip?
And what would be the size of such a circuit? Could it fit on the frames of glasses?
Thanks for your valuable help!
The smallest DMD which is available is the DLP1700. You may want to look at the DLP Pico Kit v2 at http://digikey.com/pico. The schematics are available from that link (look in the lower part of the page, under "Related Pico 2 Documents".
Other than that, you should contact one of our DLP Design House partners to talk with them about what they could offer or recommend. See http://ti.com/mems and click on "Getting Started/DLP Design Houses".
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