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Moiré Patterns:

Moiré Cheetah

The moiré Cheetah is a pattern designed to simulate the movement of a growling cheetah. As the lines of the parallel grid move across the cheetah pattern, an alternating series of images appears to resemble the movement.

Use the alternating "Manual" and "Auto" button below to control whether the grid moves on its own (Auto), or whether you control movement (Manual).

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