5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Primary Colors
- Color Depth
- a The intensity of hue; the amount of chroma in the color (how much color is in the color)
- b How color is represented by bits of data
Used in computer games and image compression (GIFs)
- c A color scheme in which 3 colors of equidistant distribution on the color wheel are used. Example: Green, Orange and Violet. Or, Red, Blue and Yellow.
- d are colors that are adjacent to each other on the color wheel
- e The base colors of a color system that can't be divided into other colors. The "fundamental" primaries are Red, Yellow and Blue. (But there are other color systems.)
5 Multiple choice questions
- The perceived lightness or darkness of a color
- how light or dark the hue is
- 24 bits : 8 bits each of Red, Green and Blue
Approximately 16 million color combinations possible
- the eye sees what is left over after absorption and reflection by a surface.
- One color and its full range of tints, shades and tones or scheme
5 True/False questions
Additive Color Model → the eye sees what is left over after absorption and reflection by a surface.
Secondary Colors → The colors created by mixing 2 of the primary colors. Red + Yellow = Orange, Yellow + Blue = Green, Blue + Red = Violet
Hue → a mixture of a hue with black
Tint → a mixture of a hue with white
Neutral Color Scheme → Colors not found in the color wheel, such as brown, beige, grey, black, white