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All DLP projectors are color sequential displays, as long as a camera’s shooting frequency is higher than the color-switching frequency, flickering in the recorded image is unavoidable. But it’s worth noting that high-speed cameras are mainly used to analyze the golfer’s movement, not the projector or its images. Despite that fact, we are currently working on finding new technologies to sync the frequency.