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Part Number: DLPDLCR2000EVM
Hi Team, we received an inquiry and our customer is asking us if the micromirrors can be controlled individually. We are trying to check the reference but there are no direct answer to confirm the configuration, I am hoping you can help us. Thank you very much
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Could you please clarify a little bit more what your customer is looking for? All of our DLP chipsets utilize a front end controller which receives video data which is then formatted and sent to the DMD. Some of our light control chipsets are intended to do this with more accurate pixel reproduction - thus essentially achieving individual pixel control.
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In reply to Kyle Rakos:
Based on the customer's general inquiry they want to use the DMD as light source, a DMD and with a photodiode they want do modulate the light reflected on the DMD according to the flux measured by the photodiode. For than, the optimal solution is to control each micromirror individually and really fast, maybe using a FPGA.
Thank you for responding.
In reply to Mark Philip Felipe:
It sounds like they will want to use one of our light control chipsets such as the DLP2010EVM-LC, DLP3010EVM-LC, or DLP4710EVM-LC. However, it is hard to say without more information. Please feel free to reach out to me offline.
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