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Paper-lamp-DIY The Research Paper Idea But this is not the identical for every person. It might be simpler for some to know, while it will be hard for others to know. Thus, ideas must be based on stan

Modular origami is a technique that can be used to build some pretty interesting and impressive models of mathematical objects. In modular origami, you combine multiple units folded from single pieces of paper into more complicated forms. The Sonobe unit is a simple example unit from modular origami that is both easy to fold and compatible for constructing a large variety of models. Below are a few models that are easy to make using this unit.

21 декабря, 13:18 Пора взять себя за шиворот и показать накопившиеся работы, тем более, что многие подходят для Кусудамной вьюги Sparkle Ball by Tadashi Mori Очень интересная кусудама, но требовательна к бумаге.Оба мой варианта оказались не идеальными именно из-за неудачного выбора…

Modular Sonobe Origami Ball in blue, green, and yellow. Made from 270 sheets of 9cm x 9cm semi-stiff paper. There are 4 different shades of each base color (b, g, y). Each unit is handmade by me =) Diameter/Height - 9.5" (24.1cm) to 10.5" (26.6cm) Circumference - 31"(78.7cm) at narrowest to 34" (86.4cm) at widest Geometrically, this model is not a perfect sphere, but it is structured on a pattern of pentagons and hexagons (similar to that seen on a soccer ball). There is no glue or tape…

A roundup of some of the more exotic things that one can do with business card constructions.

Welcome to my house, full with origami rooms. This room contains Knotology: the art of creating spheres from ticker-tape, by folding the paper only. Related to origami. Invented by Heinz Strobl

Playing card constructions By George Hart for the Museum of Mathematics At The Math Museum, we think it's important to challenge oneself with

British artist Nick Sayers makes spheres and geodesic domes out of recycled objects.

Computer Science Professor Francesco De Comité has a fantastic gallery of mathematical images on Flickr. As part of this collection, he has a few hundred images of real or rendered polyhedra made out of paper or playing cards which he calls "slide togethers." These are constructed by making cuts and then sliding one component into the other, creating a shape without using any glue. He constructed the entire set of the platonic solids—the cards form their edges—which can be seen in the image…

16709 views on Imgur: The magic of the Internet

16709 views on Imgur: The magic of the Internet

I am twelve years old, and last year I got interested in modular origami. I learned how to make sonobe units, and now I made an epcot ball! That is 270

How to Make Snapology Origami: Snapology is a type of unit origami created by Heinz Strobl which requires the folding of strips of paper to produce amazing origami pieces. Unit Origami can be done by nearly anyone, as long as you have time and patience. I learned this type of O…

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