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Time Averaged Moire Fringes

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AKANKSHA SHARMA on 30 Apr 2021
Commented: DGM on 24 May 2024 at 19:43
How can I generate time averaged moire fringes?

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Hari on 24 May 2024 at 16:16
I understand you are interested in generating time-averaged moiré fringes, which typically involves simulating or analyzing the interference patterns produced by overlapping two similar patterns at different moments in time.
You can follow below steps to generate Time-Averaged Moiré Fringes:
  1. Create the Base Patterns: Start by generating two similar patterns (e.g., grids or lines) that will be overlaid to create the moiré effect. These can be sinusoidal waves or simple geometric shapes.
  2. Simulate Movement: To simulate time-averaging, one of the patterns must be altered over time, simulating movement. This could be a phase shift, rotation, or scaling.
  3. Overlay and Average: Overlay the altered pattern onto the original pattern at different instances, summing them up, and then average the result to simulate the time-averaged effect.
  4. Visualization: Visualize the resulting pattern to observe the time-averaged moiré fringes.
Hope this helps!
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DGM on 24 May 2024 at 19:43
So in other words, you don't have an answer.

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