Reliving the DLP days through Optoma 100-inch

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Hey! How does a DLP really works? Because I have seen one that is a projector type and not as big as the Optoma but is actually called a DLP? What's the difference? Thanks

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Reliving the DLP days through Optoma 100-inch



Actually DLP is a technology for projection. The creator of DLP was Dr. Larry Hornbeck. He invented it in 1987. DLP technology is used for show the video from a light source through maintain a line of projection. It can give a proper output of any image or video as a projection.


That is a projector with a lot of feature. That has High Definition 3D technology to show the picture and video.  You may mark it as a Home Cinema for next generation. There have actual zoom effect to show the picture or video with exact view.



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