There are five different states to light; infrared, ultraviolet, red, green and blue. With the naked eye we can see only red, green, and blue light. It is the combination of those red, green, and blue particles coming into your eye and to your brain that creates the spectrum of colors you see on an everyday basis. Test your color receptors and watch the videos below to learn more about the particles that make our world warm and colorful!



Direct Light





Reflected Light





 Paint and Primary Colors





Light through a Prism





Infrared Light