Lori Witzel's pictures, poems and other souvenirs and artifacts.
I can't quite see through this one.
I just...keep...wanting...to pick...that tape...OFF!!! ;-)
That's amazing! The tape and paper...they look like they are attached to my monitor and not part of the shot!! Crazy cool!
Poor mb, I feel her pain!"Moiré" seems like a word I ought to know. Introduce us, will you? I'm just a little wary of going up to French words all by myself.
Hi all -- tired ol' LW online virtually the same time Dave is, so fresh gloss on "moiré" for y'all.(And.."hahaha!" to Dave. I don't think there are many words that'd scare you.)Moiré is used to describe the interference pattern formed from overlapping pattern-on-pattern.Etymology?Seems to have originated as a fabric term.From the warp-and-weft web to a pixelated Web, here's a tiny tour of "moiré."I became familiar with this use of the term during my stint in graphic arts. From http://www.dtp-aus.com/hlftone.htm --"... The pattern created by 2 or 3 halftone screens layed at 30 degrees to each other is called a rose pattern, a seemingly simple and unobtrusive pattern that normally does not offend the eye. However as soon as we diverge from this ideal we start see a moiré pattern that progressively gets worse. ..."And, since nothing exceeds like excess, here are some more moiré links:http://www.mathematik.com/Moire/http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moir%C3%A9_pattern
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