I'm looking to purchase a DLP EVM unit that I can accurately synchronize with the frames of a 60 Hz LCD screen.
I want to know the accuracy of the triggering of each of the models? How long is the HDMI lag if I wanted to use this to input the frames I want to display on the DLP, triggered by a VSYNC signal from my LCD? Or what is the maximum number of unique 2D 8-bit grayscale patterns I could store internally?
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It sounds like you want to stream your patterns externally at 60 Hz from an HDMI parallel input. Is that right?
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In reply to Philippe Dollo:
Thank you, I appreciate your help!
Yes, but ideally I would be able to display several patterns on the DMD during a single LCD frame i.e. 1 LCD frame would trigger and synchronize with 4 DMD frames (so 240Hz operation). I don't mind whether these pattens are passed over HDMI or stored internally, but I'm looking for the best possible synchronization for the above 1:4 frame scenario, so I would like to know more about the latency of the triggering of your devices.
In reply to Brooke Krajancich:
If you HDMI it will at a minimum one frame delay. Means the data start on the DMD at the following fame sync. The minimum latency is available with the pre-stored patterns, however, due to local storage, there is a limitation on the number of patterns you can store. Are these four patterns binary or like 8-bit grey scale patterns? Will the be dynamically changing from one LCD frame to other?
Are these simple patterns ex - line of grid or proper grayscale patterns with any arbitrary content?
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In reply to Sanjeev:
Thanks for your help!
Ideally, we'd be able to display as many binary patterns as we can within each LCD frame, but hitting >240Hz 8-bit grayscale would be fine. The patterns will change from one LCD frame to another, ideally totalling at least 5s, so 1200 8-bit DMD frames. They will be proper grayscale patterns with any arbitrary content.
What's the easiest way to set-up custom HDMI streaming? Can you do it using only the advanced GUI?
Yes, you can set-up the HDMI streaming using GUI. I will discuss your use case with the team and will let you know which DLP EVM can meet this requirement.
I will get back to you soon.
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