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moiré effect

n.
1. The effect of superimposing a repetitive design, such as a grid, on the same or a different design in order to produce a pattern distinct from its components.
2. The perceived distortion or flickering of printed or displayed high-contrast images caused by a loss of resolution or by inadequate sampling.
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The powerful moire effect in one work hurt my eyes more than any LCD.
Each surface is also finished with a ceramic print of line stripes, giving it a complex geometric moire effect.
Tompkin pointed out that the Moire effect requires there to be a space between the two foils (the film substrate) and the fixing of the Kinegram on both sides of the window will require new techniques to be introduced at banknote printers.
But it is the moire effect as it appears on television, the 'flaw' that calls attention to the image, that speaks to the tensions within these performances between the structured and the accidental, that makes visible/audible the doubling of the voice--where the 'author' and the 'participant' are heard at once.
The sensor on the D7100 does not have the optical low pass filter (OLPF) which is generally used to minimise moire effect or scenes with repeating patterns.
The upper, "toolbox" portion of the structure is loosely wrapped in two layers of semitransparent mesh, which creates a shimmering moire effect, enabling visitors to view the "tools" that are raised and lowered for programs.
The construction of flow control device in which can be reached the light, gas or fluid flow throughput and high accuracy by the aid of the positioning of piezo actuator and moire effect properties of membrane was designed and presented in this paper.
The moire effect on the curtain is the result of overlapping two spot patterns of different diameters: the larger pattern is perforated and the smaller one printed.
One of OBRA's principals Jennifer Lee said the mesh "created a certain level of shade to counteract sun in an outdoor environment and offered a moire effect with layering that was an added, incredible phenomenon.
Made of perforated sheet metal, the Hexx lamp by Diesel Living with Foscarini radiates an optical moire effect when illuminated.
Interesting examples include CN102914810A (A kind of hologram based on manufacturing method and hologram of moire fringe technology) from Wuhan Huagong Image Technology And Development which shows a 'traditional' moire effect with a hologram, JP5233227B2 (A display body and labelled articles) from Toppan Printing which discloses a moire effect from lenses arranged on an array or KR2013094529A (Optical security element using multi-channel by moire and method ofmanufacturing the same) from Sun Kyong Hologram Co application which describes a hologram moving picture.
I was a senior editor of the magazine at the time, and I remember how difficult it was to proof the image, since the dot screen of Walker's offset-printed source kept generating a moire effect, while the scanned toothpaste maintained its minty crispness.