Representing colour - GCSE Computing

HideShow resource information

It has been mentioned that a single binary number can represent a single colour. So naturally the larger the range of allowed binary numbers the more colours that can be represented.

For example at one extreme you could consider a system that has only two allowed numbers '1' and '0'. With only two numbers you can only represent two colours - probably black and white, althought it could be any two colours.

Now a very handy fact about colour is that *any* colour can be split up into a combination of Red,


No comments have yet been made

Similar Computing resources:

See all Computing resources »