An interference pattern caused by the interaction of two different patterns of dots or lines. Moiré patterns commonly occur when you attempt to scan halftoned images using a flatbed scanner. In this case, the moiré pattern results from interference between the regularly spaced halftone dots and the scanning grid.
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