# How RGB images are formed when normalized between 0 and 1

There is a popular technique of normalising images by dividing each pixel with 255 so that it comes in the range of 0 and 1.
But, then how the same colours are formed when we normalize images.
for instance, there is a pixel with value 0 1 1 and other 0 255 255, I checked on RGB colors chart, both are showing different colors, but if we normalise the second pixel values then its value will be same as the first one and it should produce different results but on plotting the set of normalized pixels, they come out to be same as the previous one.

I have previously asked this question - how RGB images are formed so deriving out conclusions from the above question.

• Somewhere down the line this is still mapped to whatever you monitor supports. – lightxbulb Nov 5 '19 at 20:33