Helium is the second element in the periodic table. It has 6 main colors that resonate when it is returning to its resting state. The color on the screen is an approximation as it is converting wavelength in nanometers to color using RGB (the red, green, blue dots on the monitor screen). I am still looking into projecting color based on wavelength using light to find a more realistic representation of the emissions.

Angstrom

Helium

AngstromNanometer (rounded)ColorHertzNoteHertz
7065.19707Near infrared385.92G4391.99
6678.15668Red408.29G#4415.31
5875.62588Orange464.05A#4466.16
5015.68502Green543.61C#4554.37
4471.48447Blue609.77D#4622.25
4026.2403Violet677.21E5/F5659.26/ 698.46

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Here is a scale with all the tones for Helium:

And here is a little improvisation with the tones: