Abstract

Analytical expressions describing the moire fringes formed by two periodic structures consisting of the evolutes of a circle are derived. The circular and radial moire patterns can be formed by contact and noncontact superimposition of the structures. In the latter case the self-imaging phenomenon is used. Experimental verification and proposals for use are given.

© 1989 Optical Society of America

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