WHITE LIGHT IS CREATED WITH THE PRIMARY LIGHT COLOURS OF RED, GREEN AND BLUE LIGHT BEAMS.

THE SECONDARY LIGHT COLOURS ARE CYAN, MAGENTA AND YELLOW LIGHT BEAMS.


A MIXTURE OF DIFFERENT AMOUNT OF COLOURS WILL CREATE THE OTHER COLOURS

FOR EXAMPLE 1 PART RED AND 2 APRTS BLUE WILL MAKE A VIOLET LIGHT.

IF YOU USE 1 PART RED AND 4 PARTS BLUE IT WILL BE PURPLE

WHITE LIGHT IS CREATED WITH THE PRIMARY LIGHT COLOURS OF RED, GREEN AND BLUE LIGHT BEAMS.

THE SECONDARY LIGHT COLOURS ARE CYAN, MAGENTA AND YELLOW LIGHT BEAMS.

A MIXTURE OF DIFFERENT AMOUNT OF COLOURS WILL CREATE THE OTHER COLOURS

SEE A SHORT VIDEO BELOW FOR MORE INFORMATION.

YOU 'SEE' A COLOUR WHEN ALL THE OTHER WAVELENGTHS OF COLOUR ARE ABSORBED INTO A SURFACE, AND ONE IS REFLECTED TO YOUR EYE.

IN THE BACK OF THE EYE ARE RODS (WHICH 'SEE' BLACK AND WHITE) AND CONES (WHICH 'SEE' COLOURS)

THEY THEN SEND CHEMICALS TO THE BRAIN WHICH THEN COMPUTES WHAT IS BEING SEEN.

SOMETIMES THERE IS AN OVERLOAD IN THE SYSTEM AND THE BRAIN COMPENSATES.

SEE THE VIDEO AT THE BOTTOM OF THIS PAGE WHICH EXPLAINS AFTER IMAGES IN MORE DETAIL.

 

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