moiré pattern


moiré pattern
an optical effect formed when one family of curves is superposed on another, the lines of the overlapping figures crossing at an ange less than about 45°; the moiré lines are then the locus of the points of intersection

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  • moiré effect — n. Optics. the appearance, when two regularly spaced sets of lines are superimposed, of a new set of lines (moiré pattern) passing through the points where the original lines cross at small angles. [1950 55] * * * …   Universalium

  • moiré — [mwä rā′, môrā′; môr′ā] adj. [Fr, pp. of moirer, to water < moire: see MOIRE] having a watered, or wavy, pattern, as certain fabrics, stamps, or metal surfaces n. 1. a watered pattern pressed into cloth, etc. with engraved rollers 2. MOIRE …   English World dictionary

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