Automotive-qualified DLPs specifically target HUDs

November 16, 2017 // By Julien Happich
Texas Instruments' novel automotive-qualified DLP3030-Q1 chipset and evaluation modules allow automakers and Tier-1 suppliers to bring bright, dynamic augmented reality (AR) displays to windshields and place critical information within the driver's line of sight.

The DLP3030-Q1 chipset can be used to develop AR head-up display (HUD) systems that project virtual image distances (VIDs) of 7.5 meters and greater, thanks to the unique architecture of DLP technology that enables HUD systems to withstand the intense solar loads created when projecting long VIDs. The digital micromirror device (DMD) comes in a 32x22mm ceramic pin grid array package (CPGA) and can operate from -40 to 105ºC, delivering 15,000 cd/m 2 brightness with the full colour gamut. It supports large displays up to 12 by 5 degrees of field of view for HUD designs that use traditional LEDs as well as laser-based projections for holographic film and waveguide-enabled HUDs.

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