Added 10 months ago | 00:04:43 | 3534 views
Complete with silk floss and wax, this is on of the smallest pleated letters known to exist. Keeping Amalia von Solms informed of her husband's movements required great discretion: whatever Frederick Henry, the High Commander of the Dutc...
Added 4 years ago | 00:00:55 | 6287 views
In this video, flaps of a polymer sheet are folded into a corner of a cube. An external magnetic field interacts with a current flowing through wires embedded in the sheet, causing the sheets to fold up. Read the full story at http://we...
Added 7 years ago | 00:01:48 | 25312 views
Folding Wall-E in origami. Now go watch (real) WALL-E, it's great! for more see http://chosetec.darkclan.net/origami http://chosetec.darkclan.net/origami/wall_e If you watch closely you see that several origami versions are used in this...
Added over 7 years ago | 00:02:58 | 23480 views
A quick tour of some new origami pieces by brian chan music by seth friedman all origami shown here designed and folded by brian chan. all are folded from a single uncut square of paper. for more information please google "Brian Chan" o...
Added over 8 years ago | 00:06:39 | 23259 views
How to fold the MIT logo in Origami in 3 Easy Steps: In this video I demonstrate how to fold the MIT seal "Mens et Manus", my original origami design, and one of the winning entries for the 2006-2007 MIT Origami contest. Written and Dir...
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