Texas Instruments has released the DLP LightCrafter evaluation module for integrating projected light into industrial, medical, scientific instrumentation and security applications. It was created to provide developers with components for using reliable digital light processing (DLP) technology in new ways. It combines components with enhanced processing speed and power in a compact form. Developers can create, store and display high-speed pattern sequences through the system's USB-based application programming interface and graphical user interface. At the system's core is the reference design for the company's 0.3-in. WVGA-resolution DLP chip set, which enables high-speed spatial light modulation. It has two main components: the DLP3000 microelectromechanical systems device comprising 415,872 microscopic mirrors, and the DLPC300 controller, which provides a convenient user interface and ensures high-speed operation of the micromirror array.