A color model that describes colors in the same way as the human eye perceives them, using hue, saturation (or chroma) and brightness (or luminance). The hue is defined by its position in a color circle and is specified by an angle lying between 0 and 360 degrees. The saturation corresponds to the amount of gray in the color mixture and has a value between 0 percent for gray and 100 percent for pure color. The values for brightness also range from 0 percent for black and 100 percent for white.
A color model that defines three components: hue, saturation, and brightness. Hue determines color (yellow, orange, red, etc.); brightness determines perceived intensity (lighter or darker color); and saturation determines color depth (from dull to intense).
colour model based on human perception of colour.
A color space with the three variables of Hue. Saturation. Brightness. Hue means color (as in the color wheel.) Saturation is an indication relating to the richness or vibrancy of the color. Brightness is a term best related to the intensity of light illuminating the object.
The Hue, Saturation, and Brightness balance of an image.
Hue, saturation, and brightness are aspects of color in the red, green, and blue (RGB) scheme. These terms are most often used in reference to the color of each pixel in a cathode ray tube (cathode ray tube) display.
A color model that describes color in terms of Hue, Saturation, and Brightness.
The color model that most closely resembles the human perception of color. It is made up of Hue, Saturation and Brightness.
Hue Saturation Brightness: with the HSB model, all colours can be defined by expressing their levels of hue (the pigment), saturation (the amount of pigment) and brightness (the amount of white included), in percentages.
hue, saturation, brightness; see HSB color model;
stands for the Hue/Saturation/Brightness color model, in which all colors are generated by a combination of their positions within the spectrum (hue), their depths of color (saturation) and the amount of light or dark (brightness).” [1
colour system defined by Hue (described by position on a colour wheel), Saturation (the amount of grey in a colour) and Brightness (the intensity of light reflected by, or transmitted through, an image)
Hue-Saturation-Brightness. In color graphics, Hue = the color; saturation = the amount of color; and brightness = the amount of white.
See Hue, Saturation, and Brightness.
Hue-Saturation-Brightness. The hue is the color tone, saturation is the presence or lack of white (lots of white produce "washed-out" colors) and brightness is the presence or lack of black (lots of black produce opaque, dull colors).
For "hue, saturation, brightness." In computer graphics, a color model in which hue refers to a color's light frequency, saturation is the amount or strength of the hue (its purity), and brightness is the amount of black in the color (its lightness or darkness). See also RGB.
The HSB (Hue Saturation Brilliance) method allows you to fine tune your colour selection by directly manipulating colour components. HSB is generally displayed along side RGB colour values broken down into its components. The RGB and HSB colour models are distinct from one another; adjusting one of HSB values will alter the RGB values and vice-versa.
Hue Saturation Brightness. To artists, it is an abbreviation for all of a color's characteristics: hue (the pigment); the saturation (the amount of pigment); and brightness (the amount of white included). With the HSB model, all colors can be defined by expressing their levels of hue, saturation and brightness in percentages.
Abbreviation for Hue Saturation Brightness. Colour model.
The hue, saturation. brightness colour model.
A colour model that utilises Hue, Saturation, and Brightness as the three co-ordinates, where Hue is the dominant colour, Saturation is the purity of colour, and Brightness is a neutral scale of how light or dark a colour is.