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  • Sean Wong
    DIGITAL LIGHT has a light module with three extremely powerful LEDs in each headlamp, whose light is refracted and directed by 1.3 million micro-mirrors. The resolution is therefore more than 2.6 million pixels per vehicle. The micro-mirrors occupy the same area as a thumbnail.16 jun 2021
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