Additive Color

Additive Color

Author: Maria Tucker

In this lesson, you will learn how to recognize and explain additive color and its uses in visual communications.

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  • Additive Color Process

    the mixing of color with light; additive color is seen when light is projected.

  • CRT

    cathode ray tube, name for the display found on older traditional computer monitors and television sets; CRTs use the additive primaries, RGB, to produce color.

  • Hexadecimal Color 

    the color system used to describe web pages, defined by the base 16 notational system; Combinations of the numerals from 0 through 9 and letters from A though F are assigned to each color in this system.