stands for Red Green and Blue and is the most common way to generate different colors. If you look at your monitor very closely (try looking though a magnifying glass) you will notice three colors, which will be red green and blue. These three colors are clumped together in what is called a pixel. Based upon the intensity / mixing of each of these red green and blue colors, you can generate most colors within the spectrum. Monitors use this technique to generate different colors, and their Resolution
is typically described in pixels. Other color “models” exist, such as CMYK (cyan, magenta, yellow, and key/black), for color printing.
Robots that want to generate various colors, can use the primary RGB colors to represent different feedback information. For more information about RGB mixing, please visit the links below: