Definition: Digital Light Processing: application of deformable mirror device technology by Texas Instruments to make projectors controlled by computers. Outshining the LCDs DLP or DMD projectors are vastly superior to LCD type projectors, giving a brilliant, contrasty image (because they rely on reflection of light, not on relative absorption) of excellent stability (because there is no need for scanning or interlacing techniques) and easily softwared controlled to give projection at different resolutions.

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