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What Is the Colour Wheel?

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The colour of wheels is an abstract illustrative organization of colour hues around a circle that shows relationships between primary secondary and complementary colours. It can also be a mechanical device that rotates an array of colours arranged as petals or gradients around an axis, such as the one used in DLP TV technology.
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A colour wheel is a circular chart with wedge-shaped segments in which primary, secondary and sometimes intermediate colours are displayed.
A colour wheel is an abstract illustrative organization of colour hues around a circle, that shows relationships between primary colours, secondary colours, complementary colours. As an illustrative model, artists use red, yellow, and blue primaries arranged at three equally spaced points around their colour wheel.
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