A light emitting device includes a substrate, at least one semiconductor light emitting device formed in or on the substrate, and upconverting material disposed in or on the substrate. The upconverting material is disposed in a path of light processed or emitted by the semiconductor device. The upconverting material absorbs light emitted by the semiconductor device and emits upconverted light in response. Integrated pixelated displays include a plurality of pixels formed on a surface of the substrate, with each pixel including up-conversion material based red light source, a blue light source a green light source, and a structure for selectively controlling emission from the red, blue and green lights sources for each of the pixels.
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College of Optics and Photonics
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Nonprovisional Application Record
Bass, Michael and Deppe, Dennis, "High resolution, full color, high brightness fully integrated light emitting devices and displays" (2008). UCF Patents. 239.