Since the 1890s, additive color processes have been used to create color photographs. The cones that carpet our retinas are only sensitive to the primary colors: Green, Red and Blue. Television, cinema and photography all use these additive, three color processes, as did the pointillist painters of the 19th Century.
Click and drag the R(Red) G(Green) and B(Blue) components of the picture.
Press to superimpose the three pictures again.