D-ILA, Direct Drive Image Light Amplifier, is a projection chip technology based on digital signals producing images that bear a close resemblance to film without drawbacks that typically plague digital projectors.
What does D-ILA stand for?
D-ILA stands for Direct Drive Image Light Amplifier (Hughes/JVC projector technology)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
JVC's DLA-G10 projectors, which utilize the Direct Drive Image Light Amplifier or D-ILA device, offer exceptional brightness and high resolution once found only in large-screen theatrical projectors.
It is the first industrial-grade large venue projector to utilize JVC's Direct Drive Image Light Amplifier (D-ILA) technology.