State cmy model, Data Structure & Algorithms

CMY Model 

The cyan, magenta, yellow (CMY) colour model is a subtractive model based on the colour absorption properties of paints and inks. As such it has become the standard for many graphics output devices like ink jet and thermal transfer printers. The principle of the CMY model is in which white light beamed toward the viewer is intercepted by partially overlapping cyan, magenta, and yellow filters. The cyan filter removes red light from the beam and passes only cyan, the complementary colour to red.

 

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