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.