Asked by Andy Blackwell in Uncategorized
How does the eye see the colors black and white?
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What color do you see when all the colors in the visible spectrum are reflected back to your eye?
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Asked in Television and Video, Physics, Colors
Why is black and white TV not a color TV if black and white are color?
White is all of the colors combined. That's why you can see 7 different colors with a glass prism. Black is no color, because black material absorbs almost all the light that hits it. Black and white TV isn't color TV, because you don't see the blue, green, and red colors separately. Blue, green, and red are the very three colors that combine to make all the other colors that you see with your eyes. Black and white have intensity but no chroma or hue.
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What makes white and black?
White, black, and all colors in between are just a small portion of a larger spectrum of energy. White items are those where all visible colors are reflected by an object. So, when something looks white, that is because you are seeing all of the colors of the rainbow at once. Black is just the opposite. Black is what you see when all of the colors are absorbed. In essence, black is the absense of color, and white is the combination of all colors.