Seeing Color Examples. 3. White objects appear white because they reflect all the colors of the visible spectrum. Primary Colors of Light.
3. White objects appear white because they reflect all the colors of the visible spectrum.
Even though the visible spectrum consists of seven different colors, all of the color seen by the human eye is a mixture of the three primary colors: red, green, and blue.
Red, green, and blue are the primary additive colors. When mixed together in different proportions, you can make just about any color. When mixed in equal proportions (added together), the three primary colors yield white light.
A pigment is a colored material that absorbs some colors and reflects others. The primary pigments are:
Cyan, Magenta, and Yellow are the primary subtractive colors. These colors are combined to produce print media and photographic film. When the subtractive primary colors magenta, cyan, and yellow are added together, they form the color black.
Color blindness occurs because one or more sets of cones do not function correctly.
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Reflection – Bounce back wave
•Diffraction – Wave passing a barrier or going through a hole in a barrier bends and causes the wave to wrap around the