Overview for Advanced Light Control

As an optical MEMS technology, the digital micromirror device (DMD) provides highly reliable spatial light modulation for high speed and versatile light pattern programming. DLP technology supports an extended range of wavelengths, including ultraviolet (363 - 420 nm), high speed visible (400 - 700 nm), and near-infrared (700 - 2500 nm).

High speed visible

High speed visible

This portfolio of chips offers very fast pattern rates and pixel data rates well suited for solutions requiring programmable, high speed light patterns.

Ultraviolet (UV)

Ultraviolet (UV)

Targeting 363 - 420 nm, these DMDs steer patterns of UV light to print fine features on light-sensitive materials.

Near-infrared (NIR)

Near-infrared (NIR)

Targeting 700-2500nm, these DMDs offer programmable NIR patterns for spectral modulation desirable for a variety of sensing solutions.

Getting started with DLP technology

Getting started with DLP technology

Learn how millions of micromirrors work in a DLP chipset to provide high speed and precise pixel control.

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End equipment and solutions

End equipment and solutions

Learn about advanced light control applications, including those that leverage the extended wavelength capability.

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