RGB Color Model

The RGB color model is a way to represent colors in digital devices such as computer monitors, televisions, and cameras. It stands for Red, Green, and Blue, which are the primary colors used to create a wide range of colors by varying their intensities.

In this model, each color channel can have a value ranging from 0 to 255, where 0 represents no intensity and 255 represents maximum intensity. By combining different intensities of red, green, and blue, we can create millions of colors.

For example, pure red is represented as (255, 0, 0), pure green as (0, 255, 0), and pure blue as (0, 0, 255). Mixing these primary colors in different proportions allows us to achieve any desired color.

The RGB color model is widely used in web design, image editing, and computer graphics due to its versatility and compatibility with digital devices.