This paper reports our updating development for the organic photoconductive dielectrophoresis (OPDEP) by using titanium oxide phthalocyanine (TiOPc) material for the manipulation of micro-objects. The advantages of organic photoconductive material include non-toxicity, low cost, easy coating fabrication, flexibility, panchromaticity and high photosensitivity . TiOPc has the high photoconductivity and the optical absorptions in the near infrared region (550 - 850 nm) to be a candidate of the light-sensitive charge generation layer. OPDEP chip is easily mass-produced by using a spin-coating process. Here, we demonstrate two kinds of the manipulations of micro-particles on our OPDEP chip. Firstly, the trapping and movement of single micro-particle is achieved by the ring shaped virtual electrode. Secondly, the steel rim shaped virtual electrode is designed to rotate micro-particles and characterize the OPDEP induced force.