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Three little pigments

 This activity provides instructions for investigating how light and color interact by aligning three colored and one black overhead transparencies. Although white light contains a rainbow of colors, our eyes are only sensitive to red (R), green (G) and blue
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 This activity provides instructions for investigating how light and color interact by aligning three colored and one black overhead transparencies. Although white light contains a rainbow of colors, our eyes are only sensitive to red (R), green (G) and blue (B) light. Your brain takes the stimuli from those three colors and interprets all the other colors based on the proportion of RGB.

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