Science of Innovation: Origami Structures

Science of Innovation: Origami Structures

To some, the Japanese art of origami looks like child's play as thin sheets of paper are folded into intricate shapes and figures, like birds, flowers, and dragons. But to scientists and engineers, the principles of origami have been applied to design problems, such as getting solar panels into space, making a foldable robot that …

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How To Make An Origami Cat – Origami BEST #origami

How To Make An Origami Cat – Origami BEST #origami

In this tutorial, I explain how to make an origami cat. Today making for new origami cat, Easy paper cat. But on a significant note, today's origami cat tutorial will be slightly different than the large majority of the origami tasks that we have performed in the past. Source: Youtube

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Origami Heart Envelope (Jo Nakashima) – Valentine’s Day

Origami Heart Envelope (Jo Nakashima) – Valentine’s Day

Fold and unfold along the diagonals Fold the right and left corners to the center Unfold Turn over Fold the right corner to the previous crease Unfold Repeat on the left side Turn over Bring the existing mountain crease to the center crease Repeat on the right side Turn over Fold and unfold the corners …

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Origami Leaf (Jo Nakashima)

Origami Leaf (Jo Nakashima)

Fold along the diagonal Unfold Fold the left and right corners Fold in half Make three creases Open Fold the left and right sides Fold the left and right sides Turn over Mountain fold the point Leaf finished! Insert the point into the layers of the stem Fold the tip inside to lock. Source: Youtube

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Origami Pentagon Rose (Naomiki Sato) 折り紙バラ

Origami Pentagon Rose (Naomiki Sato) 折り紙バラ

Hello there everybody! I am Tadashi Mori and in this video here I'll show you how to make this origami Pentagon Rose by Naomiki Sato. It's an intermediate level origami so, you should use a thick and good quality paper. For example, a Color Plus, Color Set, Washi paper or a Vivaldi paper. The paper …

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