Innovators in Residence
In-Vision is opening its doors to innovators looking to explore new applications based on DLP high precision light!
Why an Innovator in Residence program?
DLP projection has enabled many innovations since its invention in the late 1970s. From digital cinema projection to machine vision, 3d-scanning and Additive Manufacturing, Texas Instruments’ micromirror arrays never stop inspiring new applications!
As a TI design house partner for over two decades, In-Vision has collaborated with many different companies and research labs to bring the high-precision and speed of DLP projection to the fields of 3D-printing, lithography and metrology. And that’s only the beginning!
The goal of In-Vision's Innovator in Residence program is to spur collaborations and accelerate the emergence of promising applications based on structured light.
We open our doors to innovators so they can work in our facilities for a few days and engage with our top specialists in optics, electronics, and mechanical design. Our interdisciplinary team is ready to help and share their knowledge and love of precision light.v
As an Innovator in Residence, you will have access to our R&D lab incl. our DLP projectors. The configuration of the projector will depend on your application.
Who can apply?
Students, researchers and innovators from university labs, startups and private companies are most welcome to apply.
The only requirement is to have an idea for a new DLP-based application. It can be anything from testing new materials to developing a new 3D-printer or software, or any other cool application that you can think of.
How to apply?
Fill out the form below. Make sure to provide as many details as possible on your project and what you would like to achieve as an Innovator in Residence at In-Vision.
We will review the incoming applications as we receive them and ask for additional information as needed.
Current call for applications
Bioprinting, biofabrication, microfluidics
The world of DLP 3D-printing is constantly evolving through material, hardware, and software innovations. Collaboration across disciplines is therefore key to scale these technologies and their applications.
This is particularly true in the emerging fields of biofabrication, bioprinting and microfluidics fabrication, which have the potential to enhance our healthcare and quality of life through digital and personalized patient solutions.
That’s why we decided to dedicate our first call for applications to these areas. We are curious to know how the DLP technology can provide
Deadline: January 6, 2022, 23:59pm CET