World’s smallest display projector goes on show
The Trixel 3 is TriLite’s laser beam scanner based on Infineon’s 2D MEMS mirror. The module occupies less than one cubic centimetre and weighs 1.5g allowing it to target augmented reality (AR) glasses.
While Infineon provides the base-line hardware the TriLite provides multi-parameter algorithms, machine learning algorithms to drive laser beam scanning. The Calibration Module software provides real-time correction of lens errors distortions and color shifts.
TriLite has yet to release the specifications on the Trixel 3. However, the previous generation Trixel 2 had a field of view 40 degrees by 20 degrees and a resolution of 960 pixels by 480 pixels. The triple-interlaced refresh rate was 90Hz and the color depth was 3 by 10bit.
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