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No, we didn't suddenly mistake you for a celebrity scheduled to walk the red carpet (sorry). But we do expect you to be there—let us explain. 

Hopefully by now you've already downloaded the E! News app (available here: iOS App Store  or here:  Google Play Store ), and figured out that you can be at the Globes, amongst the celebs, without even leaving your house.

Imagine this real-life scenario: It's Sunday, you stayed out late last night and you're not feeling particularly inspired to get off the couch and dressed for the day. Instead, you order takeout, grab a cozy blanket and open the E! News app on your phone or tablet.

Try to imagine reddish green — not the dull brown you get when you mix the two pigments together, but rather a color that is somewhat like red and somewhat like green. Or, instead, try to picture yellowish blue — not green, but a hue similar to both yellow and blue.

Is your mind drawing a blank? That's because, even though those colors exist, you've probably never seen them. Red-green and yellow-blue are the so-called "forbidden colors." Composed of pairs of hues whose light frequencies automatically cancel each other out in the human eye, they're supposed to be impossible to see simultaneously.

Almost never, that is. Scientists are finding out that these colors can be seen — you just need to know how to look for them.

No, we didn't suddenly mistake you for a celebrity scheduled to walk the red carpet (sorry). But we do expect you to be there—let us explain. 

Hopefully by now you've already downloaded the E! News app (available here: iOS App Store  or here:  Google Play Store ), and figured out that you can be at the Globes, amongst the celebs, without even leaving your house.

Imagine this real-life scenario: It's Sunday, you stayed out late last night and you're not feeling particularly inspired to get off the couch and dressed for the day. Instead, you order takeout, grab a cozy blanket and open the E! News app on your phone or tablet.

Try to imagine reddish green — not the dull brown you get when you mix the two pigments together, but rather a color that is somewhat like red and somewhat like green. Or, instead, try to picture yellowish blue — not green, but a hue similar to both yellow and blue.

Is your mind drawing a blank? That's because, even though those colors exist, you've probably never seen them. Red-green and yellow-blue are the so-called "forbidden colors." Composed of pairs of hues whose light frequencies automatically cancel each other out in the human eye, they're supposed to be impossible to see simultaneously.

Almost never, that is. Scientists are finding out that these colors can be seen — you just need to know how to look for them.

Red vs Blue , also known as RvB , is a RoosterTeeth science fiction comedy series created by Rooster Teeth Productions.

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No, we didn't suddenly mistake you for a celebrity scheduled to walk the red carpet (sorry). But we do expect you to be there—let us explain. 

Hopefully by now you've already downloaded the E! News app (available here: iOS App Store  or here:  Google Play Store ), and figured out that you can be at the Globes, amongst the celebs, without even leaving your house.

Imagine this real-life scenario: It's Sunday, you stayed out late last night and you're not feeling particularly inspired to get off the couch and dressed for the day. Instead, you order takeout, grab a cozy blanket and open the E! News app on your phone or tablet.


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