What’s the RGB on my CRT ?
The three primary colors:
Red, Green and Blue.
(tap or click pic to read)
Additive mixing of these three can simulate any color and hue that our eyes can detect,
and is the basis for all display devices such as the one you’re looking at right now.
Similarly, a Bayer filter array is commonly used in capture devices like smart phones
and most digital cameras.
When the three primary colors average out to an
even intensity over a given unit of time,
it gives the illusion of white light from a normal viewing distance!
For this reason I named my
Kirton K1 trainer fitness kayak – “RGB“
because it is painted all white and
I am a photographer! 🙂
“Leave your paddles behind,
and take a journey into the color matrix
of the very small kind”
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