striation of resonance

when a certain degree of balance is achieved in an optical reaction, and the effects of graphical resonance are allowed to emerge, a curious pattern of lines will develop without apparent cause. In some cases, lines formed during reactive events can be explained by the visual properties of the projection surface itself, in the vicinity of the origin or the striata. This might seem to explain their existence entirely except for the fact that the technique of acquiring striation effects with video feedback is much easier when the projection surface is evenly-toned and perfectly flat.

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