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21st Mar '17 7:01:00 PM nombretomado
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** Red-yellow-green-blue logos were also in vogue during the fourth generation of video games, with the {{Nintendo 64}}'s 3D "N" and the PlayStation's "PS" which continued through the next generation or so.

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** Red-yellow-green-blue logos were also in vogue during the fourth generation of video games, with the {{Nintendo UsefulNotes/{{Nintendo 64}}'s 3D "N" and the PlayStation's "PS" which continued through the next generation or so.
18th Mar '17 6:16:52 PM Owlorange1995
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-->-- ''Literature/SnowCrash'''

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-->-- ''Literature/SnowCrash'''
''Literature/SnowCrash''
18th Mar '17 6:16:30 PM Owlorange1995
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''Down inside the computer are three lasers--a red one, a green one, and a blue one. They are powerful enough to make a bright light but not powerful enough to burn through the back of your eyeball and broil your brain, fry your frontals, lase your lobes. As everyone learned in elementary school, these three colors of lights can be combined, with different intensities, to produce any color that Hiro's eye is capable of seeing.''

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''Down ->''Down inside the computer are three lasers--a red one, a green one, and a blue one. They are powerful enough to make a bright light but not powerful enough to burn through the back of your eyeball and broil your brain, fry your frontals, lase your lobes. As everyone learned in elementary school, these three colors of lights can be combined, with different intensities, to produce any color that Hiro's eye is capable of seeing.''
18th Mar '17 6:15:48 PM Owlorange1995
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''"Down inside the computer are three lasers--a red one, a green one, and a blue one. They are powerful enough to make a bright light but not powerful enough to burn through the back of your eyeball and broil your brain, fry your frontals, lase your lobes. As everyone learned in elementary school, these three colors of lights can be combined, with different intensities, to produce any color that Hiro's eye is capable of seeing."''

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''"Down ''Down inside the computer are three lasers--a red one, a green one, and a blue one. They are powerful enough to make a bright light but not powerful enough to burn through the back of your eyeball and broil your brain, fry your frontals, lase your lobes. As everyone learned in elementary school, these three colors of lights can be combined, with different intensities, to produce any color that Hiro's eye is capable of seeing."''''
18th Mar '17 6:15:28 PM Owlorange1995
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''"Down inside the computer are three lasers--a red one, a green one, and a blue one. They are powerful enough to make a bright light but not powerful enough to burn through the back of your eyeball and broil your brain, fry your frontals, lase your lobes. As everyone learned in elementary school, these three colors of lights can be combined, with different intensities, to produce any color that Hiro's eye is capable of seeing."''
-->-- ''Literature/SnowCrash'''
15th Mar '17 2:14:13 PM OnGreenDolphinStreet
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* Speaking of additive color (we were, way back at the beginning), when TV first went to color, red-green-blue [[VanityPlate network idents]] popped up ''everywhere''. Some networks, like Creator/{{ABC}} and Creator/{{CBS}}, took advantage of their three-letter names.[[labelnote:]] Oddly enough, [[Creator/{{PBS}} NET]] went for subtractive color instead with a red-yellow-blue ident.[[/labelnote]] Others, like [[Creator/TheBBC BBC 2]] and [[Creator/{{ITV}} ATV]], just put an additive color Venn diagram as part of their ident -- [[Creator/{{ITV}} Grampian]] used red-yellow-blue-white shapes in the form of their "Scottish flag" logo.
** Later on, in 1988, the BBC added blue-red-green lines under the letter blocks of their ident, which remained until 1997.

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* Speaking of additive color (we were, way back at the beginning), when TV first went to color, red-green-blue [[VanityPlate network idents]] popped up ''everywhere''. Some networks, like Creator/{{ABC}} and Creator/{{CBS}}, took advantage of their three-letter names.[[labelnote:]] Oddly [[note]]Oddly enough, [[Creator/{{PBS}} NET]] went for subtractive color instead with a red-yellow-blue ident.[[/labelnote]] [[/note]] Others, like [[Creator/TheBBC BBC 2]] and [[Creator/{{ITV}} ATV]], just put an additive color Venn diagram as part of their ident -- [[Creator/{{ITV}} Grampian]] used red-yellow-blue-white shapes in the form of their "Scottish flag" logo.
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logo. Later on, in 1988, the BBC added blue-red-green lines under the letter blocks of their ident, which remained until 1997.



* The Creator/{{BBC}} used to have colored dashes under each letter in their logo; The first B was blue, the second B was red, and the C was green.
13th Mar '17 6:11:26 PM ThePocket
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* Potatoe chips packaging:

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* Potatoe Potato chips packaging:


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** Red-yellow-green-blue logos were also in vogue during the fourth generation of video games, with the {{Nintendo 64}}'s 3D "N" and the PlayStation's "PS" which continued through the next generation or so.


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* With the release of the Switch, the console games market has become this: Red for Creator/{{Nintendo}}, blue for PlayStation, and the traditional green for {{Xbox}}.
12th Mar '17 12:43:39 PM Sonofstranger
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* In ''TabletopGame/YuGiOh'', yellow represents a normal monster, orange represents an effect monster, turquoise represents a spell card, magenta represents a trap card, and blue represents a fusion monster.
7th Mar '17 7:57:18 AM FlyingDuckManGenesis
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* In ''VideoGame/GoldenAxe'', of the three main protagonists, Tyris-Flare wears red, Ax-Battler wears blue, and Gilius-Thunderhead wears green.
2nd Feb '17 3:19:33 PM N1KF
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* ''{{Kirby}}'':
** ''VideoGame/Kirby64TheCrystalShards'' has Pix, which is made up of three floating {{hologram}}-casting crystals that are red, green, and blue. ''VideoGame/KirbyPlanetRobobot'' avoids this, though, as the game's follow-up to Pix has four crystals that are rose, teal, orange, and yellow/white.
** In ''VideoGame/KirbySqueakSquad'', Daroach's Triple-Star Rod has the powers of [[FireIceLightning Fire, Ice, and (presumably) Spark]], which are represented as Red, Blue, and Green floating stars respectively. The pattern also appears elsewhere throughout the game: the Ability Scrolls, Meta Knight's attacks, and [[spoiler:the Final Boss]].
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