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Computerspectrum.png(441 × 80 pixels, file size: 604 B, MIME type: image/png)

A view of the computer color spectrum, with compartive strengths of the colors.

Explanation: This image shows all 1 and 2 color mix combinations with at least one color at full intensity, producting what would normally be described as the computer color spectrum. The bars underneath show the relative intensity of each of the colors red, green, and blue which are mixed in the bar above.

The main colors red, yellow, green, cyan, blue, and magenta, are indicated by vertical rules.

Author: Coyne Tibbets (

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current18:27, November 6, 2007Thumbnail for version as of 18:27, November 6, 2007441 × 80 (604 B)PhloxBot (Talk | contribs)A view of the computer color spectrum, with compartive strengths of the colors. '''Explanation:''' This image shows all 1 and 2 color mix combinations with at least one color at full intensity, producting what would normally be described as the computer

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