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16 Moiré and Fringe Projection Techniques

@inproceedings{Creath199816MA,
  title={16 Moir{\'e} and Fringe Projection Techniques},
  author={K. Creath and J. Wyant},
  year={1998}
}
The term “moiré” is not the name of a person; in fact, it is a French word referring to “an irregular wavy finish usually produced on a fabric by pressing between engraved rollers” (Webster's 1981). In optics it refers to a beat pattern produced between two gratings of approximately equal spacing. It can be seen in everyday things such as the overlapping of two window screens, the rescreening of a half-tone picture, or with a striped shirt seen on television. The use of moiré for reduced… Expand
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