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Moiré Patterns
In mathematics, a moiré pattern (or moiré fringe) refers to the interference phenomenon produced by two patterns made of similar geometric figures. Wolfram|Alpha can visualize the moiré patterns in the shape of square or hexagonal grids, with options for specifying rotating angle and/or shifting distance.

Moiré Patterns

Visualize a moiré pattern by specifying its parameters or get a moiré pattern generator.

Explore moiré patterns:

Investigate interference patterns with offsets or angles:

Examine interference in hexagonal grids:

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