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Random information on the term ” Color”:
A color wheel or color circle is an abstract illustrative organization of color hues around a circle, which shows the relationships between primary colors, secondary colors, tertiary colors etc.
Some sources use the terms color wheel & color circle interchangeably; however, one term or the other may be more prevalent in certain fields or certain versions as mentioned above. For instance, some reserve the term color wheel for mechanical rotating devices, such as color tops, filter wheels or Newton disc. Others classify various color wheels as color disc, color chart, and color scale varieties.
As an illustrative model, artists typically use red, yellow, and blue primaries (RYB color model) arranged at three equally spaced points around their color wheel. Printers and others who use modern subtractive color methods and terminology use magenta, yellow, and cyan as subtractive primaries. Intermediate and interior points of color wheels and circles represent color mixtures. In a paint or subtractive color wheel, the “center of gravity” is usually (but not always) black, representing all colors of light being absorbed; in a color circle, on the other hand, the center is white or gray, indicating a mixture of different wavelengths of light (all wavelengths, or two complementary colors, for example).
Random information on the term ” Hue”:
In colorimetry and color theory, lightness, also known as value or tone, is a representation of variation in the perception of a color or color space’s brightness. It is one of the color appearance parameters of any color appearance model.
Various color models have an explicit term for this property. The Munsell and HSV color models use the term value, while the HSL color model, HCL color space and CIELAB color space use the term lightness.
In some of these models (Munsell, HCL and CIELAB), the lightness or value is the absolute brightness. In Munsell, for example, the only color with value 0 is pure black, and the only color with value 10 is pure white. Colors with a discernable hue must have values in between these extremes.
In HSL and HSV, the lightness or value is a relative brightness. Both systems use coordinate triples, where many triples can map onto the same color. In HSV, all triples with value 0 are pure black. If the hue and saturation are held constant, then increasing the value increases the brightness, such that a value of 1 is the brightest color with the given hue and saturation. HSL is similar, except that all triples with lightness 1 are pure white. In both models, all pure saturated colors have the same lightness or value, and the absolute brightness is determined by the hue: yellow is brighter than blue.