DMD – Digitial Micromirror Device

  • DMD – Digitial Micromirror Device
  • dɪˈvaɪs

The term DMD refers to an arrangement of tiny mirrors in an array-like structure, where each mirror can be tilted in a digital manner, so that it is either facing to one or the other direction.

These devices are a core part of the Light Engines, built by In-Vision. They allow to manipulate the light path in order to shape the projected image. Typically, these devices hold more than 640x480 micromirrors with a diameter on the single Micrometer scale, respectively.

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