Color space composed of three components: red, green, and blue. The natural color space for video hardware, as video monitors use red, green, and blue phosphors.
Red, Green, and Blue Color; The color displayed on a computer's monitor by adding different quantities of red, green, and blue light to create a wide range of possible color.
Acronym for red–green–blue. A model for describing colors that are produced by emitting light, as on a video monitor, rather than by absorbing it, as with ink on paper. Adding no color produces black; adding 100 percent of all three colors results in white.. Ads in RGB must be converted to CMYK for print. See also CMYK and Spot Color.
A color model where colors are made up of a mixture of Red, Green and Blue. The RGB color model is used for web purposes and most on-screen display functions.
An acronym for Red Green Blue. Monitors create color by projecting red, green and blue light.
A color system that describes colors based on combinations of red, green, and blue light.
The red, green, and blue (RGB) color system can represent a large portion of the color spectrum by mixing these three primary colors. Since cathode ray tube devices, such as computer monitors, display color with red, green and blue light, this is the color system of the Web.
Red green blue. Computers and other digital devices handle color information as shades of red, green and blue. A 24-bit digital camera, for example, will have 8 bits per channel in red green and blue, resulting in 256 shades of color per channel.
A computer monitor emit color as RGB (red, green, blue) light. All colors of the visible spectrum can be produced by mixing red, green and blue light, monitors are capable of displaying only a limited gamut (i.e., range) of the visible spectrum. All work that is to be printed should be produced in the CMYK (Cyan/Magenta/Yellow/Black) mode. If an RGB (Red/Green/Blue) file is submitted, it must be converted to CMYK. When the from RGB to CMYK conversion takes place, color shifts may occur.
(red, green, blue) Refers to a system for representing the colors to be used on a computer display. Red, green, and blue can be combined in various proportions to obtain any color in the visible spectrum. Levels of red, green, and blue can each range from 0 to 100 percent of full intensity. The figure on the left shows RGB values at 100% intensity, the figure on the right shows RGB values at 50% intensity.
A color value scale that is composed of the primary values (red, green, and blue).