- Krystyna Burczyk's Origami Gallery - regular polyhedra.
- The business card Menger
sponge project. Jeannine Mosely wants to build a fractal cube out of
66048 business cards. The MIT Origami Club has already made a smaller version of the same shape.
- Cardahedra.
Business card polyhedral origami.
- Cranes, planes, and cuckoo clocks.
Announcement for a talk on mathematical origami by Robert Lang.
- Crumpling
paper: states of an inextensible sheet.
- Cut-the-knot logo.
With a proof of the origami-folklore that this folded-flat overhand
knot forms a regular pentagon.
- Einstein's origami
snowflake game. Rick Nordal challenges folders to make a sequence of geometric
shapes with a single sheet of origami paper as quickly as possible.
- Escher's
buildings in origami.
- Folding
geometry. Wheaton college course project on modular origami.
- Geometric paper folding. David Huffman.
- Rona
Gurkewitz' Modular Origami Polyhedra Systems Page.
With many nice images from two modular origami books by
Gurkewitz, Simon, and Arnstein.
- How to fold a piece
of paper in half twelve times. Britney Gallivan took on this
previously-thought-impossible task as a high school science project,
worked out an accurate mathematical model of the requirements,
and used that model to complete the task.
- Knotology.
How to form regular polyhedra from folded strips of paper?
- The Margulis Napkin Problem.
Jim Propp asked for a proof that the perimeter of a flat origami
figure must be at most that of the original starting square.
Gregory Sorkin provides a simple example showing that on the contrary,
the perimeter can be arbitrarily large.
- Mathematical
origami, Helena Verrill. Includes constructions of a shape with
greater perimeter than the original square, tessellations, hyperbolic
paraboloids, and more.
- A
mathematical theory of origami. R. Alperin defines fields of
numbers constructible by origami folds.
- Mostly modular origami. Valerie Vann makes polyhedra out of folded paper.
- Number patterns,
curves, and topology, J. Britton.
Includes sections on the golden ratio, conics, Moiré patterns,
Reuleaux triangles, spirograph curves, fractals, and flexagons.
- Origami: a study in symmetry. M. Johnson and B. Beug, Capital H.S.
- Origami & math,
Eric Andersen.
- Origami
mathematics, Tom Hull, Merrimack.
- Origami
Menger Sponge
built from Sonobe modules by K. & W. Burczyk.
- Origami polyhedra. Jim Plank makes geometric constructions by
folding paper squares.
- Origami proof of the Pythagorean theorem,
Vi Hart.
- Origami Tesselations.
Geometric paperfolding by Eric Gjerde.
- Origami
tessellations and
paper mosaics, Alex Bateman.
- The
Origami Lab. New Yorker article on Robert Lang's origami mathematics.
- Ozzigami tessellations,
papercraft, unfolded peel-n-stick glitter Platonic solids, and more.
- Paper folding a 30-60-90 triangle.
From the geometry.puzzles archives.
- Paperfolding
and the dragon curve. David Wright discusses the connections
between
the dragon fractal,
symbolic dynamics, folded pieces of paper, and
trigonometric sums.
- Paper
models of polyhedra.
- Pleats, twists, and
sliceforms. Some links to Richard Sweeney's fractal paperfolding
art, via dataisnature.
- Polyhedra
plaited with paper strips,
H. B. Meyer.
See also Jim
Blowers' collection of plaited polyhedra.
- Puzzling
paper folding. An amusing origami polyabolo eversion puzzle.
- Rabbit style object on geometrical solid.
Complete and detailed instructions
for this origami construction, in 3 easy steps and one difficult step.
- The RUG FTP origami archive
contains several papers on mathematical origami.
- Spidron,
a triangulated double spiral shape tiles the plane and various other
surfaces. With photos of related paperfolding experiments.
- Spring
into action. Dynamic origami. Ben Trumbore, based on a model by Jeff
Beynon from Tomoko Fuse's book
*Spirals*. - Studio
modular origami, geometric paper art.
- The tea bag problem.
How big a volume can you enclose by two square sheets of paper
joined at the edges?
See also
the cubical teabag
problem.
- Tobi Toys
sell the
Vector Flexor, a flexible cuboctahedron skeleton, and
Fold-a-form,
an origami business card that folds to form a tetrahedron that can be
used as the building block for more complex polyhedra.
- Trisecting
an angle with origami. Julie Rehmeyer, MathTrek.
- Unfolding polyhedra.
A common way of making models of polyhedra is to unfold the faces into a
planar pattern, cut the pattern out of paper, and fold it back up.
Is this always possible?
- Vegreville,
Alberta, home of the world's largest easter egg.
Designed by Ron Resch, based on a technique he
patented
for folding paper or other flat construction
materials into flexible surfaces.
- Joseph Wu's origami
page contains many pointers to origami in general.

From the Geometry Junkyard,
computational
and recreational geometry pointers.

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know of an appropriate page not listed here.

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