Contrast

Noun
  • Contrast
  • ˈkɑntɹæst

The light engine projects an image of an array of millions of micromirrors, which are either in on- or off-state. High contrast values mean that every single on-mirror will result in a pixel with sharp edges at the image plane. That means that the light will be exactly where it's supposed to be, it won't be diffuse. High contrast is a guarantee of precision.

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