“A Full-Color Single-Chip-DLP Projector with an Embedded 2400-fps Homography Warping Engine” by Kagami and Hashimoto

  • ©Shingo Kagami and Koichi Hashimoto

  • ©Shingo Kagami and Koichi Hashimoto

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    A Full-Color Single-Chip-DLP Projector with an Embedded 2400-fps Homography Warping Engine

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    We demonstrate a 24-bit full-color projector that achieves over 2400-fps motion adaptability to a fast moving planar surface using single-chip DLP technology, which will be useful for projection mapping applications in highly dynamic scenes. The projector can be interfaced with a host PC via standard HDMI and USB without need of high computational burden.

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Acknowledgements:


    This work is partially supported by JST ACCEL JPMJAC1601 and JSPS Grant-in-Aid 16H02853 and 16H06536.


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