If blue, red, and yellow are primary colors, why do color TVs use red blue and green?

Answer Red, blue, and yellow are primary colors for pigment.Red, green, and yellow are primary colors for light. The two are not the same.

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Should you paint the ceiling and trim the same but darker green color when painting the wall a light natural green?

Traditional decorating thought says you should not paint a ceiling anything but white. Don't listen... but do be aware of what effect you will get. 1) If your walls are a light natural green and ... Read More »

How to Make Lime Green With Primary Colors?

Primary colors are colors that are not created by combining other colors. Yellow, red and blue are primary colors. By combining two or more of these colors, you can create orange, green, purple and... Read More »

Why are red, green&blue called the additive primary colors?

Televisions, computer monitors and other visual devices need to use additive colors to display all of the other colors in the world. Because red, blue and green provide that service, they are seen ... Read More »

Why Are Red, Green & Blue Called the Additive Primary Colors?

Additive color theory is used in electronics, art and graphic design to create a full range of colors by combining basic colors. The most common additive color system is RGB, or red-green-blue.