Digital Light Processing
- Di●gi●tal Light Pro●ces●sing
- ˈdɪdʒətəɫ ˈɫaɪt ˈpɹɑsɛsɪŋ
Digital Light Processing is a projection technology in which images are generated by modulating a digital image onto a light beam.
In this process, the light beam is split into pixels by a rectangular array of movable micromirrors and then reflected pixel by pixel either into or out of the projection path. In-Vision's Light Engines are based on DLP technology and are used in 3D printers to cure resins into solid 3D objects.