With major motion picture and television producers looking to cash in on mobile video services, display size has really driven mobile manufacturers to come up with ways to enhance users’ experience. But since a mobile screen can only be made so big, Texas Instruments came up with a unique solution that will allow consumers to use their mobile sets as projectors. The company has developed a DLP Pico chipset which includes an imaging chip and a microprocessor that allows top end mobile handsets to project media files onto a screen. Currently on display at the Mobile World Congress 2008, the DLP Pico chipset will consist of the DLP Pico chip and the DLP Pico processor (DDP1500 and DDP1505). While the DPP1500 is targeted at embedded applications for handsets, the DDP1505 will be available as a standalone handheld accessory. Delivering an aperture ratio of more than 95 percent, the DLP Pico solution offers tens of thousands of pixel elements along with switching speeds of less than 20 microseconds and DarkChip native contrast ratio technology. The chipset also boasts of displaying the widest color gamut along with the flexibility to operate with the latest LED illumination technology.