Life imitates op art


Moiré interference occurs when two periodic structures are superimposed such that a new spatial structure emerges (Fig. 1a), an effect that is exploited in the works of op artists such as Carlos Cruz-Diez and Ludwig Wilding (Fig. 1b). In this issue, Paik and Ringach1 demonstrate how moiré interference can account for the architecture of orientation maps… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/nn.2865


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@article{Smith2011LifeIO, title={Life imitates op art}, author={Spencer L Smith and Ikuko T Smith}, journal={Nature Neuroscience}, year={2011}, volume={14}, pages={803-804} }