Fundamentals of Computer Science I: Media Computing (CS151.02 2007F)

Class 05: RGB Colors

Back to Raster Graphics. On to Transforming Colors.

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Held: Thursday, 6 September 2007

A problem: Representing colors

The RGB Representation

An Application: Complementary Colors

Related Pages:

Notes:

Overview:

Summary: Today we explore one simple representation of colors, the representation called RGB. We also explore some techniques for working with RGB colors.

Back to Raster Graphics. On to Transforming Colors.

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