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Moiré patterns are a type of interference pattern made when lines overlap.
Here are some examples of Moiré patterns:
These patterns were created using LOGO.
Can you work out which LOGO commands give rise to each pattern?
If you are unfamiliar with LOGO, click below to see a glossary of the terms used above.
Try making some Moiré patterns of your own. Make changes to your LOGO code and see the effects you can create.
What do you notice?
Send us your examples of Moiré patterns, together with the LOGO code you used to generate them.