Chipset delivers small, bright 1080 display
To create small form factors integrating 1080p projection displays, Texas Instruments has developed the 0.33inch full-HD DLP Pico chipset. It is, says the company, the industry’s smallest 1080p display with unmatched brightness capabilities for mobile smart TVs, pico projectors and smart home displays.
The chipset consists of the DLP3310 digital micro-mirror device (DMD) and DLPC3437 controller. The fast switching speed of the DMD enables each mirror to display two distinct pixels on screen during every frame. Resolution is 1080p and colour fidelity is up to 16million colours.
Collaboration with the most extensive ecosystem of pico-optical engine manufacturers in the industry, offers a path to production-ready optical engines, to reduce design time, says the company. Manufacturers planning to offer an optical module using DLP3310 include Shenzhen Anhua Optoelectronics Technology, Coretronic, DigitalOptics, Ongine Technology and Young Optics.
The 0.33-inch full-HD chipset and the associated components will be available in 2H17.