Methods, apparatus and systems for an up-converter resonant cavity light emitting diode device includes a semiconductor light source, an up-converter to form the light emitter with up-converting materials and an electrical source coupled with the semiconductor light source for providing electrical energy to the semiconductor light source to provide a desired wavelength emitted light. The semiconductor light source is a resonant cavity light emitting diode or laser that emits an approximately 975 nm wavelength to provide electrical and optical confinement to the semiconductor light source to form an up-converting resonant cavity light emitting diode (UCIRCLED). Rows and columns of electrodes provide active matrix addressing of plural sets of UCIRCLEDs for display devices. The up-converter resonant cavity light emitting diode device has applications in head mounted projection display optical system using spectrally selective beam splitters to eliminate spectral overlap between colors an
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College of Optics and Photonic
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Bass, Michael and Deppe, Dennis, "Combination of up-converting materials with semiconductor light sources" (2011). UCF Patents. 83.