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The moiré effect is a well known phenomenon which occurs when repetitive structures (such as screens, grids or gratings) are superposed or viewed against each other. It consists of a new pattern of alternating dark and bright areas which is clearly observed at the superposition, although it does not appear in any of the original structures.1
KeywordsHuman Visual System Spectral Approach Colour Printing Profile Form Moire Pattern
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