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krisi
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re: Qualcomm invests in Sharp to drive MEMS display
krisi   12/4/2012 4:54:12 PM
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How fast such a micro-shutter will operate? Kris

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re: Qualcomm invests in Sharp to drive MEMS display
chrisnfolsom   12/4/2012 9:49:30 PM
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TI's DLP technology can shift at over 20khz to allow for RGB at 600Hz - it will be interesting to see this technology mature.

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re: Qualcomm invests in Sharp to drive MEMS display
joepaiii   12/5/2012 3:53:18 AM
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Wonder how long this tech lasts before the risks of stuck pixels increase. Also interesting that Qualcomm is going after another display technology after the Mirasol bust.

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re: Qualcomm invests in Sharp to drive MEMS display
jaybus0   12/5/2012 9:59:57 PM
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I don't think the shutters are much more massive than DLP's aluminum mirrors, so durability is probably as good as DLP.

krisi
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re: Qualcomm invests in Sharp to drive MEMS display
krisi   12/5/2012 7:31:20 PM
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RGB at 600Hz, that is pretty good...why would we get stuck pixels? micro-shutter jamming?



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