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Pattern Sequence RGB control via LabVIEW
Part Number: DLP2000
Hi, I am trying to achieve a few key process with Labview, a BeagleBone Black, and a DLP Lightcrafter2000, similar to this previous question
The goal is to either project single frames of an image, or a patterned sequence, and later synchronize a camera with this to take an image for every projected frame, or each sequence projected, similar to this prior question.
Are there any sample codes for Labview I can use to achieve the pattern RGB projection or project single frames to the DLP 2000, or any recommendations on the setup?
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Aside from the thread above I'm not aware of specific Labview sample code you can leverage. However, we do have some structured light sample code for this chipset you may be able to use as a reference for the pattern display operations you are looking at:
Let me know if you have further questions. I hope this helps.
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