of laser sources defines its output color. By combining laser sources of different wavelengths it is possible to create color mixture and even white laser light.
Human eye perceives different wavelengths
at different intensity: green is very good visible, but blue and red not that much (only about 1/3 of green). The white balance RGB whitelight laser systems
depends on the power values per color source, so the power per source specifies the color temperature of the output.Find further information on Wavelengths and Colors:In the Laser Glossary:
- Wavelengths and Laser Colors
- RGB Laser