Almost all current smart projections use DLP seamless splicing screen projection technology, so how much do you know about this technology? Today I will briefly analyze the working principle and characteristics of this technology.
The light source hits the light on the lens to obtain usable parallel light. The parallel light passes through the color wheel to obtain a uniform rectangular spot, which is then processed by DMD, the core component of DLP seamless splicing screen projection technology. Finally, the light is hit on the projection lens and passed The lens gets the projection we need, which is the working principle of DLP seamless splicing screen projection technology.
DLP seamless splicing screen display board has extremely fast response time, you can switch independent pixels many times when displaying a frame of image. In addition, the strong reflective surface of the DMD chip can eliminate the obstacles in the light path and allow more light to be projected on the screen, and maximize the use of the projector’s light source to obtain a higher contrast picture. These are DLP seamless splicing screen projections. Advantages of technology.
In addition, in terms of size, the DLP seamless splicing screen chip is lighter and smaller, which is one of the reasons why DLP seamless splicing screen projection technology is widely selected for small-size products such as smart projection. In addition, at the end of last year, Texas Instruments also launched a smaller size 1080P chip for smart projection. The compression of the chip size will make the product more compact. Perhaps it will not be long before the miniature full HD smart projection will enter the market.