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Have you ever observed the moire-patterns visible in british traffic signs (see photo below, between speed signs)? Interestingly, these patterns are a magnification of the otherwise unseen grid structure of the panel railings. In this situation, the interference of two identical patterns aid visual resolution with a magnification factor of about 100 at a distance of 200m here, but theoretically to (almost) unlimited degrees. The same effect is used in super-resolution microscopy.
Moire patterns on the M25
In the meantime, consider structured illumination for increased resolution:
Harmening WM (2009) A case of quasi-infinite visual acuity and illusionary size.
Perception, 38(5): 781-783 [doi:10.1068/p6398]