SITEMAP Physics Notes: Visible spectrum-colour 5. RGB colours and the eye and TV
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Visible spectrum and colour: 5. Colour and how the eye and TV screens work (RGB systems)
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5. The eye and TV screens
(from a physics point of view)
The eye and the brain work together when see light from objects viewed around us.
Colour television uses the properties of primary colours. In a TV (and computer) screen there are three electron guns that hit a sort of paint called a phosphor.
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