World's first DLP® Rear-Projection Cubes based on TI's TRP Pixel Architecture
The cubes from eyevis’ new TRP series are the world’s first DLP® rear-projection cubes based on Tilt&Roll Pixel architecture. Compared to other chips of the same resolution, the TRP design provides higher brightness with lower power consumption.
Thanks to the TRP chip design, we were able to develop a rear-projection cube with a highly efficient brightness to power consumption ratio. Providing sufficient brightness for most cube application with a power consumption of less than 70 Watt sets a real mile-stone in the history of DLP-based rear-projection cube.
At the same time, the compact architecture of the light engine gave us the possibility to simplify the design to a real cube-shaped housing which eases setup and contributes to the entry-level price of the cubes from the new series.
TRP uses an optimized approach to tilt the individual micro-mirrors on the DMD chip, which allows smaller and more efficient designs of the projection engines, still maintaining the proven quality, long-term 24/7 reliability and all other well-known advantages of DLP based systems.