Adobe RGB color space
The Adobe RGB color space is an RGB color space, which was defined by Adobe Systems in 1998.
This color space of the CMYK color space of a color printer to the RGB working space of displays and other output media should be adjusted. For this, the primaries were selected accordingly.
The Adobe RGB color space contains about half of the defined in ( comprehensive ) Lab color space color. Compared to the sRGB color space thus could treatable and the applicable number of colors to be improved. The Gamut was primarily in greens improved, including the blue-green region, so the Cyantönen. The color range of a wide gamut TFT display can also better reflect the reds than the Adobe RGB color space.