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Back in 1963, Pantone came up with a single color system so that there was no confusion in production, construction, design (for example, your husband painted the walls with blue paint, but they suddenly turned out to be gray). The company is also engaged in consulting, development and everything related to color solutions. The Pantone Color Model, PMS (Pantone Matching System) is a widely used standardized color identification and matching system developed by Pantone Inc in the middle of the 20th century. The main feature of the Pantone color model is the assignment of a number to each color. Reference numbered colors are printed in special catalogs, which are made in the form of fans. The colors in the catalog represent a ready-made paint, premixed from base colors in a precisely specified proportion. That is, ready-made ink of the desired color is poured into the printing machine. The main idea of color standardization is to allow designers and printers to accurately reproduce the desired color, knowing only its number, regardless of the equipment used, city or even country of residence of the customer.
RGB is short for Red Green Blue and, you guessed it, it refers to colors and their composition. Why red, green and blue, you might ask? The answer is that red, green, and blue are primary colors that you can combine in varying amounts to get any other color from the visible spectrum that the human eye can see. On paper, when mixing ink, we got darker colors. But on the screen, the opposite is true: when mixing, we get brighter and lighter colors. This is because when we blend, we increase the number of luminous pixels and the amount of light that the eye sees. As a result, colors in RGB can be more vivid, bright, juicy and contrasting - after all, you do not reflect, do not absorb, but emit color. The choice of primary colors is due to the physiological features of color perception by the retina of the human eye. The RGB color model is widely used in technology.
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