Fish Eye

A defect of screen printing characterized by a circular bubbling of a printed ink film and a dispersion of the ink pigment therein, resulting in a nonuniformity of color resembling, as its name implies, the eye of a fish.

In graphics, fish eye refers to an effect imparted to a flat image that makes it look as if it were mounted to the surface of a sphere.

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