Moire Variable Color (MVC)

(MVC — Moire Variable Colour, developed by GOZNAK, Russia)

An image formed by parallel lines (applied by blind embossing) which are located at an acute angle to multicolor parallel lines of the background pattern (applied by offset printing). The element is monochrome when viewed at a right angle of observation and illumination. Multicolor moire (rainbow) stripes appear when the image is viewed at an acute angle of observation and illumination. When the document is rotated clockwise without changing the angle of observation, the moire patterns appear and disappear from time to time.

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