## What happens when you mix colors of light?

When red and blue light are combined, the result is magenta. When green and blue light are combined, they make cyan. Red and green light make yellow. And when all three primary colors of light are combined, we see white light.

## What color light would be transmitted if a red filter and a green filter were combined?

If a green and a red filter are placed together, what colours would you expect to be transmitted? (Answer – no colour will be transmitted, it will appear black. This is because a pure red filter only allows through red light and a pure green filter only allows through green light.

## What does the person see if you put violet light through a red filter?

If the filter is the same as the light that passes through it, then a light of the same color will be emitted. However, if it is different, then no light will be seen.

## What would you see if you passed white light through a blue filter and then a red filter?

A filter is a transparent material that absorbs some colors and allows others to pass through. But when blue light from a blue filter hits a red object, the blue will be absorbed and no light will be reflected, giving the object an appearance of being black.

## Which two filters if placed together would absorb all Colours of light?

Colour filters For example, an orange filter transmits orange light but absorbs all the other colours. If white light is shone on an orange filter, only the orange wavelengths will be observed by the human eye.

## Which Colours are reflected from a blue jumper?

Coloured surfaces When white light hits a red jumper, only the red light is reflected. All the other colours in the white light are absorbed by the dyes in the jumper. A blue tablecloth reflects only blue light. It absorbs red, orange, yellow, green and violet coloured light.

## What two secondary colors reflect red light?

Light in these colours can be added together to make the secondary colours magenta, cyan and yellow….Coloured light.

 Appearance of object in red light Red (only red light to reflect) Red Black (no green light to reflect)

## What are the three secondary Colours of light?

Red, green, and blue are known as the primary colors of light. The combinations of two of the three primary colors of light produce the secondary colors of light. The secondary colors of light are cyan, magenta, and yellow.

## What 3 colors go well together?

To give you a feel of what does and doesn’t work, here are a few of our favorite three-color combinations:

• Beige, Brown, Dark Brown: Warm and Reliable.
• Blue, Yellow, Green: Youthful and Wise.
• Dark Blue, Turquoise, Beige: Confident and Creative.
• Blue, Red, Yellow: Funky and Radiant.

## Why is the L Green in Google?

The brand colors also pay homage to the original server’s storage, which was built from oversized Legos. So why is that one letter green? Simple. To show that Google isn’t afraid to break the rules.

## Why is Google changing their logos?

Icons, in the long run, drive brand recognition and they signal who we are as a brand community. According to Google’s own blog post about logo change, “The new logo was created in with Google’s best traits in mind – simple, uncluttered, colorful, and friendly.”

## What is the oldest Google Doodle?

The first Google Doodle, on August 30, 1998, celebrated Burning Man.