Drag the green ball below to change the time value `t` between
`0` and `1`. Notice how the interpolated color changes based on
the value of `t`. See the equations on the right to understand
how the color's red, green, and blue components are calculated
using linear interpolation of of `t` between a start and end color.

#### Assume these values:

#### `Red_{s tart} = 255, Green_{s tart} = 128, Blue_{s tart} = 0`

#### `Red_{end} = 128, Green_{end} = 0, Blue_{end} = 255`

#### `t_{s tart} = 0, t_{end} = 1`

#### Simplify interpolated color equation:

#### `Colo r = Colo r_{s tart} + (Colo r_{end} - Colo r_{s tart}) * ((t - t_{s tart})/(t_{end} - t_{s tart}))`

#### `Colo r = Colo r_{s tart} + (Colo r_{end} - Colo r_{s tart}) * ((t - 0)/(1 - 0))`

#### `Colo r = Colo r_{s tart} + (Colo r_{end} - Colo r_{s tart}) * t`

#### Solve for red, green, blue: