How technology in DLP projectors works?

DLP technology uses digital chips to display and project images. It was discovered by Texas Instruments and is based on their optical semiconductor named DLP chip. DLP is different from LCOS technology in four unique ways that make it one of the best projector technologies on the market. When buying a DLP Home Theater projector, you can feel safe knowing you buy quality products that will last for years to come.

Semiconductor – On all DLP projectors, you will have a DLP chip in his heart. Chip is optical semiconductor that displays images. This is considered one of the most sophisticated light switches in the world. It has up to two million microscopic mirrors that are in a rectangular array. These mirrors reflect digital images to a similar screen or surface. This is a mirror that creates intense digital images.

Grayscale images – micromirror in the DLP chip from the DLP projector can tilt well towards light sources or far from the light source. When the micromirror tilts the light, it means the light is on. When they tilt from light, it means the micromirror is dead. This can make bright or dark pixels on the actual projection surface. There is a skin-streaming code that has skin that enters the semiconductor that tells it every mirror to turn on or turn off a few thousand times per second (depending on the code). The DLP projector home theater system has up to 1, 024 different gray nuances.

Adding colors – DLP projector systems can make a minimum of 16.7 million different colors. DLP chip filter creates red, green and blue. By adding BrilliantColor ™ technology that you add in other colors such as: Cyan, Magenta and Yellow. Depending on the 1080p projector you buy, you can also get solid-state illumination. With a three-chip system, your projector can get no less than 35 trillion colors. This color system, combined with a micromyror makes a spectacular image that cannot be rivaled by other projector systems on the market.

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