True Colors

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True Colors or True Colours may refer to:

Music[edit]

Film and television[edit]

Fiction[edit]

Other uses[edit]

  • True-color, the natural color rendition of an object through an image
  • True Color, the use of a 24-bit color depth to display an RGB image
  • True Colors (personality), the psychometric personality test
  • True color, a scale used to determine the color of water after all suspended material has been filtered out
  • True color, Or Real color, is a display effect per pixel of a new patented technology called Real / True color pixel. Each pixel displays a "real color" called "true color or real color", which is completely in a pixel, showing only a single true color. It is different from the "24bit True Color" camouflaged by "red, green, and blue" displayed on a traditional color display.