MicroLED displays are of growing interest and are seen as a next generation display technology for leading-edge displays of all sizes, from head-mounted displays for virtual reality through portables (watches and cell phones) to televisions and wall-size displays.
Red, green and blue light emission from blue-emitting Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs) would replace the use of discrete red, green and blue-emitting LEDs to simplify the construction of microLED displays. Currently, such LEDs are made using gallium indium nitride, gallium indium aluminum phosphide and gallium arsenide compounds that are expensive to produce. Instead we are seeking to use low cost blue light emission from gallium indium nitride LEDs only, combined with phosphor colour conversion nanophosphor pastes to be used in this project.
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