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Moire Pattern Fashions

Two screen shirt for example
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These would be fashions made with two screens over the outside of the fabric, optimized so that the screens interfere to make very visible Moire patterns.
JesusHChrist, Sep 05 2007

Moire Patterns http://en.wikipedia.../Moir%C3%A9_pattern
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       Thinking it would be more robust if the pattern-making component was embedded in the fabric, like the existing Moire or shot fabrics out there.
DrCurry, Sep 05 2007
  

       My wife has a shirt like that. Two thin gauzy layers on top with a square weave. It's pretty cool.
GutPunchLullabies, Sep 05 2007
  

       You've never worn two layers of fishnets? For shame.
Texticle, Sep 05 2007
  

       Speaking of Moire patterns, has anyone else noticed and loved the hexagonal Moires that you get from the mesh cages on motorway gantries in the UK?
MaxwellBuchanan, Sep 05 2007
  

       //You've never worn two layers of fishnets? //   

       you have?
k_sra, Sep 06 2007
  

       I tried this with 3, 4 and 5 layers of fishnets. This improves the decency factor, but as regards patterns, less is moire.
bungston, Sep 06 2007
  

       <snare and top hat>
k_sra, Sep 06 2007
  
      
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