Color Models: RGB

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Color in electronic devices is made up from light, as already discussed in our Color Models article. The three primary colors of this electronic color model are Red, Blue, and Green, and that explains why this model is called the RGB color model. RGB is essentially an abbreviation for Red Green Blue.

Color Models: RGB

Learn about how Red, Green and Blue comprise the primary colors within our computer screens.

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