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ViaLUX helps speed development with DLP technology

Based on 10 years of experience, ViALUX engineers have enabled customers to integrate DLP technology into industrial, medical and commercial applications. ViALUX provides sustained support in all design phases, from proof of concept for new emerging applications up to OEM supply on production level. Products and services include DLP development kit support, ALP controllers, DLP production board design, high power LED modules, and customised solutions.

Migrating to mainline: When will TI migrate to LTS?

Developing in Linux and have questions about mainline and what mainline Linux means to you and your development? In this multi-part video series, experts from TI answer questions about the Linux community and work being done to help the migration to mainline. In this video, we will answer the question: "When will TI migrate to LTS?"

Migrating to mainline: How does mainline benefit me?

Developing in Linux and have questions about mainline and what mainline Linux means to you and your development? In this multi-part video series, experts from TI answer questions about the Linux community and work being done to help the migration to mainline. In this video, we will answer the question: "How does mainline benefit me?"

Migrating to mainline: Will TI continue releasing SDKs?

Developing in Linux and have questions about mainline and what mainline Linux means to you and your development? In this multi-part video series, experts from TI answer questions about the Linux community and work being done to help the migration to mainline. In this video, we will answer the question: "Will TI continue releasing SDKs?"

Migrating to mainline: How do I get upstream patches?

Developing in Linux and have questions about mainline and what mainline Linux means to you and your development? In this multi-part video series, experts from TI answer questions about the Linux community and work being done to help the migration to mainline. In this video, we will answer the question: "How do I get upstream patches?"

DLP technology enables fast accurate 3D scanning & printing

DLP technology enables fast and accurate 3D scans using structured light for industrial, medial and security applications. Fast, programmable pattern rates acquire 3D scan data in real time delivering high quality, high bit depth patterns for accurate scans with resolutions as low as a few micros. With the DLP 0.3 WVGA chipset, you can develop handheld, protable systems. DLP technology also enables fast, accurate and reliable 3D printers for a wide aray of applications.

How DLP technology works

Video explaining DLP technology, including how a digital micromirror device (DMD) works, and its capability for the developer to create products for applications such as 3D measurement, machine vision, 3D scanning, spectroscopy, chemical analysis, wavelength analysis, 3D printing, interactive display, intelligent lighting and more.

EMI-Hardened Op Amps

Paul demonstrates the effects of the EMIRR on an op amp and the dramatic difference between an amplifier with an EMI filter and one without an EMI filter.

Demo: AS3668 breathlight controller

The AS3668 is a highly efficient charge pump that enables led driving over full Li-ion battery voltage range. The device is equipped with an internal program memory, which allows control of led patterns even without processor control.

NFC - The missing link

A short demonstration of ams' AS3953 NFiC, an NFC interface link which connects everything with a host microcontroller to your NFC phone.

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