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Part Number: DLP2010EVM-LC
Hello, I want to achieve several results with the DLP2010EVM-LC ( http://www.ti.com/tool/DLP2010EVM-LC ) and would like to not if they are possible and if yes, how.
1) I want to stream via HDMI 24bit frames each encoding 24 1 bit frames for the 2500Hz "external pattern" rate. Can this mode be set in the firmware via the GUI program or does the firmware need to be reflashed? If the latter, can anyone provide the correct firmware file?
2) Is it possible to use both the red and green LEDs in the monochrome external pattern streaming mode to get yellow frames, without hardware modification of the illumination engine or PCB?
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In reply to Kyle Rakos:
The batch file I'm talking about is essentially a list of I2C commands that are integrated into the firmware and can run at startup. See the below screenshot from the GUI:
You could also have the Arduino directly talk to the controller over I2C if desired as you suggested.
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