Asked by: Didac Pflugner
asked in category: General Last Updated: 22nd January, 2020

Can red green and blue make every color?

The red and blue mix is lighter too, a beautiful magenta. So red, green and blue are additive primaries because they can make all other colors, even yellow. When mixed together, red, green and blue lights make white light. Your computer screen and TV work this way.

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Beside this, what color do you get when you mix red green and blue?

If all three primary colors of light are mixed in equal proportions, the result is neutral (gray or white). When the red and green lights mix, the result is yellow. When green and blue lights mix, the result is a cyan. When the blue and red lights mix, the result is magenta.

Likewise, what happens if you mix red blue and green? If you mix red, green, and blue light, you get white light. Red, green, and blue (RGB) are referred to as the primary colors of light. Mixing the colors generates new colors, as shown on the color wheel or circle on the right. This is additive color.

Also question is, can you make every color with RGB?

Software/DevOps Eng. The RGB code (0-255 for each of R, G, B) contains 16777216 possible combinations. It's not nearly "every color," but it makes up more than most humans can distinctly recognize.

What colors does green and red make?

Mixing red and green together makes the color brown. The three primary colors are red, blue and yellow.

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