|NOTES||Visual phenomena derived from the French word for 'watered' that is produced when a set of straight or curved lines spaced equally apart is superimposed onto another set at a particular angle, resulting in a distinct geometrical design; used to represent and identify fluid flow, wave motion, and optic and magnetic field patterns and flows.|
|HIERARCHY||Associated Concepts Facet>Associated Concepts>optical illusion>moiré effect|
Search works with
Search for works of art which specifically
contain the subject "moiré effect" subject or works within the subject tree Infobox:
equal to "moiré effect" or that is a sub-subject of "moiré effect"
Searching the subject tree for "moiré effect" would return results containing subjects like:
moiré effect (with subject tree: Associated Concepts Facet>Associated Concepts>optical illusion>moiré effect)