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Part Number: DLP2000
My customer is using DLP® LightCrafter™ Display 2000 Evaluation Module. And he asks if it possible to display his own picture by I2C command. Or how to add pictures to flash? Thank you very much.
Kevin, Thanks for your interest in our DLP products. Unfortunately, you cannot display images over I2C. However, it is possible to rewrite the flash. The DLPC2607 programmer's guide (at www.ti.com/.../dlpu013.pdf) contains a memory map of the onboard flash in Appendix C. Using the flash interface documentation found in section 2.3, you may be able to rewrite the portion of flash containing the optical test pattern image. I recommend backing up your flash image in case you attempt this.
I hope this helps.
In reply to Philippe Dollo:
In reply to Lin SHI1:
Thanks for your reply.
I can not find the address map of the CMT in the dlpu013. I mean how the bits are arranged exactly in address x0000,B400 and how CMT is maps to the bit plane in the sequence set.
I also not sure the address map of the bit plane of the sequence set in address x0000,A000.
Is there any document can help me to understand those things? I have read the dlpu004b.pdf .
Thank you for your reply.
I want to display visual stimuli by controlling the bit-plane and LED light source directly with bypassing the spatial and temporal sequence optimazation.
Could you give me some advices?
Happy New Year!
Thank you very much for your help.
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