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Is it possible to control DLP LightCrafter using C++ or LabVIEW?
Part Number: DLPR350
I am very new to this technology and we want to use it for imaging. We would like to control the DLP from MATLAB through SDK but I have no clue where to start. I appreciate if someone can help me on this.
Thank you in advance.
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In reply to mario-rm:
Hi Mario, Thanks for reply. Actually we would like to control the pattern sequence of DMD through Matlab in a microscope system. The camera and microscope can be tuned with our written Matlab code. I am currently reading the program guid, it seems very complicated though. My question is how I am able to control the pattern, apart from the DLP GUI? I appreciate if you could give me some tips in detail. Thanks in advance.
In reply to Semicolon:
Hi, Just want to follow up: Were you able to successfully solve this event? I will tentatively categorized this post as resolved, but feel free to contact me for any questions or concerns regarding this topic.
Thank you so much for your attention. I am still working on it Besides your informative answer, I found the following discussion on the TI forum:
I was wondering whether there is a way you could put me in contact with Michael Strohmeier or Elizabeth Strong. I belive they would be able to answer my questions.
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