- n. physics A very small, highly reflective mirror, often supported on a torsion beam, used in a variety of applications and in research on radiation and quantum effects.
“Most current digital projectors employ either of two standard technologies: DMD digital micromirror device or LCD.”
“Other projectors overlay red, green, and blue light, pixel by pixel and in rapid sequence, with a digital micromirror guiding the beams of light.”
“LaserVue, made by Mitsubishi, uses red, blue, and green lasers and a micromirror device that combines and directs the light.”
“All offer 1080p HDTV resolution, Texas Instruments 'new Dark Chip 4 digital micromirror device, an improved five-color wheel, thinner frames, increased brightness, HDMI-CEC control and 3-D-ready capability.”
“We built the first truly monolithic micromirror technology that could be manufactured in a conventional wafer fab with materials that were already there, on machines that we already there.”
“By reflecting light off their micromirror array - each mirror corresponding to a different pixel - Hornbeck and Co. could selectively charge and discharge the photo-conductor coated on a print drum.”
“It evolved into this effort to develop a micromirror device that could be integrated directly onto a silicon chip using conventional manufacturing techniques," he tells”
“At the heart of this single pixel camera is the Texas Instruments-manufactured digital micromirror device (DMD), that replaces a traditional CCD array.”
“The prototype consists of two off-the-shelf lenses, a photodiode, and a micromirror array worth hundreds of dollars made by Texas Instruments, the official sponsor of the project.”
“As an alternative to traditional CCD or CMOS sensor designs, the single pixel camera uses a micromirror array and a process of compressive sensing.”
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