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DLP Projection

DLP technology is based on an optical semiconductor called a DMD chip (Digital Micromirror Device), which was invented in 1987 by Texas Instruments. The way it works is that a DMD chip is made up of millions of tiny mirrors that can rotate at a 12 degrees angle. These mirrors are literally capable of switching on and off thousands of times per second and are used to direct light towards and away from a dedicated pixel space.

LCD Projection

LCD uses a number of liquid crystal panels which are illuminated by a single high-wattage metal halide lamp. A series of filters and reflectors split the spectrally pure white light into rays of red, green, and blue. Each of these beams illuminates a liquid crystal panel and the images from the panels converge at the focal point of a single lens.


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