Convert Rgb color to HEX online
The process of converting Red, Green, and Blue (RGB) color values to their equivalent hexadecimal color code is known as RGB to Hex color conversion.
What is the difference between RGB color and hexadecimal (Hex) color?
RGB is a color model used in digital devices that represent colors as a combination of Red, Green, and Blue light. Each color channel can have values between 0 and 255, which determines the intensity of each color. For example, pure Red would be represented as (255, 0, 0) in RGB.
Hexadecimal or Hex codes are another way to represent colors in digital devices. Hex codes use a combination of 6 letters and/or numbers to represent a color. The first two characters represent the intensity of Red, the second two represent Green, and the last two represent Blue. Each pair of characters is converted to a decimal number, ranging from 0 to 255, to determine the intensity of each color. For example, the Hex code #FF0000 represents pure Red in RGB, which is (255, 0, 0).
So, when we convert a Hex code to RGB values, we are essentially breaking down the Hex code into its individual Red, Green, and Blue components and converting them into their respective RGB values.