Erroneous absolute luminance values of the pixelated phosphor structure B25 (pixel size of 25 microns by 25 microns) have been corrected. The updated figure shows clearly the potential of the investigated structure as light-converter for high-resolution lighting systems.
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The absolute luminance values of the pixelated phosphor structure B25 (pixel size of 25 microns by 25 microns), as shown in Fig. 8 of the main article , are erroneous. As the absolute values are not important to show the potential of this structure as light-converter for high-resolution lighting systems, the luminance values have been normalized to unity. The original figure is corrected accordingly (see Fig. 1).
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