Fig S1  Constructive interference with two wave of the same amplitude and phase...

Constructive Interference — the amplitude of the final wave is larger than the amplitude of the larger wave. 
Fig S2  Constructive interference with two wave of the same amplitude and a phase difference of ^{π}/_{5 }...

Constructive Interference — the amplitude of the final wave is larger than the amplitude of the larger wave. 
Fig S3  Constructive interference with two wave of the same amplitude and a phase difference of ^{π}/_{2 }...

Constructive Interference — the amplitude of the final wave is larger than the amplitude of the larger wave. 
Fig S4  Destructive interference with two wave of the same amplitude and a phase difference of ^{4π}/_{5 }...

Destructive Interference — the amplitude of the final wave is smaller than the amplitude of the larger wave. 
Fig S5  Destructive interference with two wave of the same amplitude and exactly out of phase (π)...

Destructive Interference — the amplitude of the final wave is smaller than the amplitude of the larger wave. 
Fig S6  Constructive interference with two wave of the same amplitude and a phase difference of ^{6π}/_{5 }...

Destructive Interference — the amplitude of the final wave is smaller than the amplitude of the larger wave. 
Fig S7  Constructive interference with two wave of the same amplitude and a phase difference of ^{3π}/_{2 }...

Constructive Interference — the amplitude of the final wave is larger than the amplitude of the larger wave. 