Texas Instruments DLP announced a new family of image processing chips designed for front projectors.
Texas Instruments announced that more than 50,000 movie theatre screens across the globe feature projectors that employ DLP Cinema technology.
Texas Instruments announced that it is highlighting it latest advancements in lamp-free DLP projection and more at InfoComm 2011.
Texas Instruments (TI) and National Semiconductor announced that TI will acquire National for $25 per share in a $6.5 billion all-cash transaction.
Texas Instruments announced that that its DLP OEM licensees, Barco, Christie, and NEC, installed more digital cinema projectors in every region of the world in the last 12 months than in the last 12 years.
IHS iSuppli offered its commentary on the impact the earthquake in Japan may have on the automotive infotainment industry.
XpanD announced that it has lowered the price of its X101 3D movie theater eyewear.
AMIMON announced that it its demonstrating its Wireless Home Digital Interface (WHDI) chipset integrated into Texas Instruments’s OMAP 4-based Blaze Mobile Development Platform (MDP).
Texas Instruments announced its new OMAP 5 mobile applications platform.
Texas Instruments announced that DLP 1080p 3D projectors are now shipping and widely available.
The International 3D Society (I3DS) held its first 3D Technology Awards ceremony October 19th to honor individuals and organizations whose contributions advance the stereoscopic medium.
Texas Instruments announced that it has started shipping DLP Cinema Enhanced 4K chips to its licensees, Barco, Christie Digital and NEC. According to the statement, projectors with the DLP Cinema 4K chip are expected to be installed in Q1 2011 and several industry demos are anticipated between now and then by DLP Cinema licensees.
Texas Instruments announced that Digital Light Processing (DLP) products are gaining additional market traction with the global deployment of 3D-ready data projectors.