moire

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Originally, a fine textile fabric made of the hair of an Asiatic goat; any textile fabric to which a watered appearance is given
Undesirable pattern resulting when halftones and screen tints are made with improperly aligned screens, or when a pattern in a photo, such as a plaid, interfaces with a halftone dot pattern
A pattern that shows when incorrect screen angles are used in printing or scanning photographs
[in printing] an undesirable pattern caused by the improper use of halftone screen angles, or when a pattern within an image conflicts with proper halftone patterns
Originally, a fine textile fabric made of the hair of an Asiatic goat; afterwards, any textile fabric to which a watered appearance is given in the process of calendering
A watered, clouded, or frosted appearance produced upon either textile fabrics or metallic surfaces
An undesirable optical pattern that happens when two or more grid patterns overlap, such as the halftone dots produced by an angled screen A moirÈ pattern may also occur when a pattern in the artwork, such as a herringbone weave or window blinds, interferes with a halftone dot pattern Manipulating artwork when scanned or using stochastic screening may eliminate the moirÈ
A watered silk effect on fabrics
An undesirable pattern created by the optical meshing of halftone dots when the halftone screens are superimposed in one another Moire patterns occur when the screen angles of a color separation are not set properly or when a printed halftone is scanned or rescreened
a type of silk with a pattern that looks like waves
In colour process printing the undesirable screen pattern caused by incorrect screen angles, or applying a screen to a already screened image
An undesirable optical effect that can occur when printing halftones
A visible pattern that occurs when one or more halftone screens are misregistered in a color image
silk fabric with a wavy surface pattern of silk fabric; having a wavelike pattern
silk fabric with a wavy surface pattern
An undesirable optical effect that occurs with halftone printing
What happens when a wave effect is caused by bright and dark dots on the screen [image]
Fibre: Silk, rayon, cotton Weave: Plain or crosswise rib Characteristics: Has a watermarked finish Fairly stiff with body in most cases It is produced by passing the fabric between engraved cylinders which press the design into the material, causing the crushed and uncrushed parts to reflect the light differently The pattern is not permanent, except on acetate rayon Uses: After 5 wear, formals, dresses and coats, draperies, bedspreads
of silk fabric; having a wavelike pattern
Screen pattern caused by the clash of dot patterns when two or more screens are used
{i} silky or rayon-like fabric that is imprinted with a wavy design
Undesirable patterns in printed halftones caused by improperly aligned screens
An undesirable halftone pattern produced by the incorrect angles of overprinting halftone screens
{s} (of fabric) wavy, watery (French)
The unpleasant dot pattern that can sometimes occur if you scan a magazine picture and didn't use the Descreening option
In color process printing, the pattern which exists because of one screen angle overprinting another or several other screen angles Sometimes the moire pattern becomes objectionable because the screen angles are less than 30 degrees, creating an "interference effect " However, the yellow screen in process color is always less than 30 degree angle from other colors but since the yellow dots are virtually invisible to the eye these patterns are unseen
The effect obtained by pressing a ribbed material that appears as a moire with its wavy design, also able to produce various effects of the reflection of the light Synonyms: moire, wavy, amoerro (old)
What happens when a wave effect is caused by bright and dark dots on the screen
Objectionable patterns that appear at regular frequencies when two or more screen patterns are placed over one another May be caused by misalignment, incorrect screen angles, slipping or slurring
To give a watered or clouded appearance to (a surface)
moiré
Watered silk
moiré
A pattern that emerges when two grids are superimposed over one another, usually unintended and undesirable in many applications such as in weaving and screenprinting
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
moiré patterns
plural form of moiré pattern
moirés
plural form of moiré
moire