Color, additive color, color spectrum, light, optics, perception, vision
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June 4, 2009
by Caroline Hall
April 16, 2012
by Lyle Barbato
Last Update when Cataloged:
December 28, 2007
This resource is part of a Physics Front Topical Unit.
Topic: Nature and Behavior of Light Unit Title: Visible Light and Color
Interactive Java Applet Grades 9-12 Understanding the RGB color model helps students understand how the mixing is done to produce the colors we see on electronic displays. In this Java applet, students play around with simulated light sources to mix the three additive colors of light (red, green, and blue). **NOTE: Scaffolding is recommended, as there is no text explanation with the applet. We suggest this tutorial for extra support: Link to Primary Additive Colors TutorialFlorida State University html
%0 Electronic Source %D December 28, 2007 %T Project LITE: Color Mixing Applet %E Garik, Peter %E Brecher, Kenneth %V 2014 %N 22 November 2014 %8 December 28, 2007 %9 application/java %U http://lite.bu.edu/lite1/color/mix/mixmac.html
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