Texas Instruments has built a new chipset for pico projectors. The 0.3″ HD TRP DLP Pico chipset is TI’s smallest, most efficient chipset, capable of generating 720p HD displays and can fit inside of compact devices, such as tablets or smartphones.
Texas Instruments announced at CES that it will be expanding its range of DLP pico projectors with the introduction of a new chip called Tilt and Roll.
What’s in store for mobile projectors? Exclusive interview – and demonstration – with DLP Pico [video]
Android Authority’s own Darcy LaCouvee talked to Frank J. Moizio, Business Manager of DLP Pico Projection, about the latest in mobile projection technology and what the future holds.
Although Samsung has finally managed to get the Galaxy Beam out in several markets worldwide after having some mysterious production issues, the Android projector-phones revolution which we predicted more than a year ago hasn’t quite started. The initial level of interest surrounding the Beam, the first commercial Android phone with a built-in pico-projector, hasn’t been very encouraging for the nascent niche, which might have quashed the enthusiasm of some tech lovers. We, however, never stopped hoping for some rapid evolution in the area, and it seems that our hopes were not in vain. STMicroelectronics, a Swiss-based multinational electronics manufacturer, could…