# HSV to RGB Converter

HSV (Hue, Saturation, Value) and RGB (Red, Green, Blue) are two different color models. Converting a color from one model to another can be useful in various applications, such as image processing, graphics designing, and web development.

To convert HSV to RGB, we can use the following formulas:

C = V * S

X = C * (1 - abs((H / 60) mod 2 - 1))

m = V - C

If 0 ≤ H < 60, then R = C, G = X, B = 0.

If 60 ≤ H < 120, then R = X, G = C, B = 0.

If 120 ≤ H < 180, then R = 0, G = C, B = X.

If 180 ≤ H < 240, then R = 0, G = X, B = C.

If 240 ≤ H < 300, then R = X, G = 0, B = C.

If 300 ≤ H < 360, then R = C, G = 0, B = X.

Finally, we need to add m to each of the R, G, and B values to get the final RGB color.

Once we have the RGB values, we can easily convert them to HEX or any other color format as needed.

There are also online tools and libraries available to perform this conversion automatically, without the need for manual calculations.

To convert HSV to RGB, we can use the following formulas:

C = V * S

X = C * (1 - abs((H / 60) mod 2 - 1))

m = V - C

If 0 ≤ H < 60, then R = C, G = X, B = 0.

If 60 ≤ H < 120, then R = X, G = C, B = 0.

If 120 ≤ H < 180, then R = 0, G = C, B = X.

If 180 ≤ H < 240, then R = 0, G = X, B = C.

If 240 ≤ H < 300, then R = X, G = 0, B = C.

If 300 ≤ H < 360, then R = C, G = 0, B = X.

Finally, we need to add m to each of the R, G, and B values to get the final RGB color.

Once we have the RGB values, we can easily convert them to HEX or any other color format as needed.

There are also online tools and libraries available to perform this conversion automatically, without the need for manual calculations.