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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  1. F. Steudel, T. Lisec, P. W. Nolte, U. Hofmann, T. von Wantoch, F. Lofink, and S. Schweizer, “Pixelated phosphors for high-resolution and high-contrast white light sources,” Opt. Express 26, 26134–26144 (2018).
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2018 (1)

Hofmann, U.

Lisec, T.

Lofink, F.

Nolte, P. W.

Schweizer, S.

Steudel, F.

von Wantoch, T.

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Fig. 1
Fig. 1 Normalized luminance of structure B25 under low-power excitation at 442 nm. The incident angle of the laser excitation is 60° to the surface normal, the detection is in direction to the surface normal. (b) Normalized luminance profile of structure B25 along the line indicated in (a). The vertical dashed lines indicate the position of the silicon walls between the pixels. The normalized luminance profile of structure A2000 is added for comparison.