This DLP® training series helps users understand the most common 3D machine vision techniques. The series includes the following key content:
This training series provides an introduction to spectroscopy in food and agriculture industries using DLP® technology. Key training sections include:
- Fundamentals of DLP Technology-Based Spectroscopy
- Sampling Techniques in Near-Infrared (NIR) Spectroscopy
- Analyzing Food Traits using Near-Infrared (NIR) Spectroscopy
- Analyzing Agricultural Crop and Soil using Near-Infrared (NIR) Spectroscopy
Experiment with Innovative Sensing Techniques Using DLP® Technology to Determine Material Properties
This DLP® training series provides an innovative applications introduction for spectroscopy. The series includes the following key content:
- Spectroscopy Agenda
- Introduction to DLP technology
- Overview of near-infrared (NIR) spectroscopy & DLP spectroscopy architecture
- Spectroscopy development tools using DLP technology
- Target application overview in spectroscopy
- Scanning process for DLP spectroscopy
- Developing your own spectrometer
- Additional DLP spectroscopy resources
Mobile Smart TV is a growing category that can extend the AV personal electronics category. This training includes all the information you will want to know about the mobile Smart TV category. Introduction, value proposition, benefits, and design considerations of the mobile smart TV category are included in the training. The last section, covers the benefits of DLP Pico technology for this application.
This training series details configuring the TI DLP® DLPC900 digital controller chipsets for 3D machine vision applications, including PCB automated optical inspection (AOI). This digital controller is use by the DLP6500 1080p digital micromirror controller (DMD) and the DLP9000 WQXGA DMD. This training series includes:
This series highlights the high-resolution DLP 4K UHD digital display solution for laser tv and digital signage applications. The DLP 4K UHD chipset, featuring the DLP660TE digital micromirror device (DMD), enables bright and large images for projection systems. The series includes:
- DLP 4K UHD training overview
- Chipset overview and target display applications
- System design considerations
- Supply chain options for system implementation
- Getting started resources
There are quite a bit of system considerations to design a wearable display. We designed this training based on the questions that product development managers, product marketing managers, and systems engineers are asking themselves about this attractive application.
Join our webinar series, as we explore different industry trends and technologies across our diverse product portfolio. Over the coming months, our experts will cover the latest analog, power management and embedded processing topics, across both automotive and industrial applications.
This training curriculum starts with the basics of DLP technology, including chipset overviews, an introduction to DMD architecture, mechanical considerations, and much more. From there, it covers application specific topics specifically created to help you move through the design process quickly and easily.
This training curriculum details the use of DLP technology for display applications. High level videos include topics on product selection and brightness requirements, while more in-depth videos tackle considerations such as projection techniques, cooling and other application-based design challenges.
This training curriculum details the use of DLP technology for automotive applications. All DLP Auto parts are -Q1 qualified.
High level videos include topics on product selection and the advantages of choosing DLP chipsets for automotive applications such as headlights and head-up displays. More in-depth training modules cover augmented reality HUD design challenges as well as chipset and application overviews.
This training curriculum details the use of DLP technology for industrial light control applications. High level videos include topics on the advantages of DLP technology over existing 3D printing methods, while more in-depth videos tackle specific application-based design challenges.