Today, we made available the TI DLP® LightCrafter™ Display 4710 evaluation module (EVM) so developers can quickly assess the DLP Pico™ 0.47-inch TRP Full-HD 1080p display chipset. But what exactly does that mean for developers?
Besides allowing rapid assessment of the smallest DLP Full-HD 1080p chipset, this EVM uses a chipset capable of generating bright, power-efficient full-HD displays using 2,073,600 micromirrors at 1080p resolution from small-form-factor electronics. The EVM also includes mini High Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) for plug-and-play functionality, and a simple-to-use micro-USB-based graphical user interface (GUI) for real-time chipset evaluation of features and peripherals. Finally, the EVM comes equipped with a production-quality optical engine to speed the product development cycle.
Walking around the EVM
The DLP LightCrafter Display 4710 EVM combines a wide variety of leading edge TI technology -- all in one simple, easy to use product:
Developers get the help they need
Using this EVM to assess the chipset for digital signage, mobile projectors, screenless TVs, control panels, interactive displays, wearables like head-mounted displays and more should not be a scary, challenging or time consuming task. We believe the DLP LightCrafter Display 4710EVM, optical modules and reference designs can help developers quickly incorporate bright, efficient full-HD projection in compact electronics.
We have just created a new reference design for this EVM release titled, “Full-HD Projection Display using DLP Pico technology.” This reference design is now available for download and includes a system block diagram, schematics, board design files, test data and optical engine specifications. Any questions not answered by these two documents can be asked and answered in our e2e forums.
Watch the video below explaining the DLP LightCrafter Display 4710 evaluation module:
*Dr. Larry Hornbeck received the 2014 Scientific and Technical Academy Award® of Merit (Oscar© statuette) for the invention of the digital micromirror device (DMD) technology as used in DLP Cinema® projection.
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