Action origami is origami that can be animated. The original traditional action model is the flapping bird. Models of which the final assembly involves some special action, for instance blowing up a water bomb, are also typically classed as action origami. Rarer models like the paper plane and spinners which have no moving parts are included. Traditional action origami occasionally involved cuts, but modern models typically are constructed without them. Action origami usually are toys built to amuse, but some are designed to inspire wonder. (Wikipedia).

Origami robots transform like Optimus Prime

“On-site morphing” allows for versatility in hazardous environments. Learn more: http://scim.ag/2wUE5nf Read the paper: http://scim.ag/2yHy2zO

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DNA origami is the art of folding DNA. The idea is to create tiny nanoscale machines that could work inside the human body. In the ten years since the technique was first reported the field has grown massively. Nature Video finds out how DNA origami works and what has been achieved so far.

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The Origami Revolution Preview | NOVA

Engineers are using origami to design drugs, micro-robots, and future space missions. Airing February 15, 2017 at 9 pm on PBS NOVA on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NOVAonline NOVA on Twitter: @novapbs NOVA on Instagram: @nova_pbs

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Unfolding the Future of Origami | Podcast | Overheard at National Geographic

Origami isn’t just child’s play– the math and science behind paper folding can revolutionize how we make all kinds of technologies. In recent decades, scientists, engineers and designers have pushed origami beyond its traditional roots and applied its patterns to fascinating technologies l

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Origami attracts the minds of people all over the world. Some are interested in its geometric aspects, and others in artistic or recreational elements, so-called traditional origami. Although both origami categories rely on a single notion of paper folding, their methodologies differ due t

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The satisfying math of folding origami - Evan Zodl

Dig into the mathematical rules and patterns of folding origami, the ancient Japanese art of paper folding. -- Origami, which literally translates to “folding paper,” is a Japanese practice dating back to at least the 17th century. In origami, a single, traditionally square sheet of pap

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Origami par Marcel Morales - Construction de polyedres

Construction de polyedres Licence: CC BY NC-ND 4.0

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Origami Madness - Science on the Web #74

A 220-pound origami elephant made out of one sheet of paper? Yes, please. An origami robot that pounces to three-dimensional life? Of course. Join Julie and Robert as they explore the magic of folding. Subscribe | http://bit.ly/stbym-sub Homepage | http://bit.ly/stbym-hsw-home Listen to u

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C. Matheus - Square tiled surfaces (Part 2)

a) basic definitions and examples b) strata and genus c) reduced and primitive origamis, SL(2,R) action, Veech groups d) automorphisms and affine homeomorphisms e) homology of origamis f) Kontsevich-Zorich cocycle g) Lyapunov exponents of the Wollmilchsau

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C. Matheus - Square tiled surfaces (Part 3)

a) basic definitions and examples b) strata and genus c) reduced and primitive origamis, SL(2,R) action, Veech groups d) automorphisms and affine homeomorphisms e) homology of origamis f) Kontsevich-Zorich cocycle g) Lyapunov exponents of the Wollmilchsau

From playlist Ecole d'été 2018 - Teichmüller dynamics, mapping class groups and applications

Orthogonal + orthonormal vectors

What are orthogonal and orthonormal vectors? Find out here! Free ebook https://bookboon.com/en/introduction-to-vectors-ebook (updated link) Test your understanding via a short quiz http://goo.gl/forms/EqfOfx0Z9N

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Topology of toric origami manifolds - Ana Pires

Ana Pires Member, School of Mathematics September 29, 2014 More videos on http://video.ias.edu

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R. Gutierrez - Quaternionic monodromies of the Kontsevich–Zorich cocycle

The monodromy group of a translation surface M is the Lie group spanned by all symplectic matrices arising from the homological action of closed loops at M (inside its embodying orbit closure). In the presence of zero Lyapunov exponents, Filip showed that these groups are —up to compact fa

From playlist Ecole d'été 2018 - Teichmüller dynamics, mapping class groups and applications

C. Matheus - Square tiled surfaces (Part 1)

) basic definitions and examples b) strata and genus c) reduced and primitive origamis, SL(2,R) action, Veech groups d) automorphisms and affine homeomorphisms e) homology of origamis f) Kontsevich-Zorich cocycle g) Lyapunov exponents of the Wollmilchsau

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DNA Origami: Folded DNA as a Building Material for Molecular Devices - P. Rothemund - 5/25/16

"DNA Origami: Folded DNA as a Building Material for Molecular Devices" - Paul Rothemund, Research Professor of Bioengineering, Computing and Mathematical Sciences, and Computation and Neural Systems Learn more about: - Dr. Rothemund's Research: http://www.dna.caltech.edu/~pwkr - 2015 - 16

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DNA: Not Just for Life Anymore!

Our DNA stores the information that makes us who we are, but that's not all it can do! There are applications for DNA that go way beyond its use for life, like storing data and folding it into complicated shapes. Hosted by: Stefan Chin SciShow has a spinoff podcast! It's called SciShow T

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Class 6: Architectural Origami

MIT 6.849 Geometric Folding Algorithms: Linkages, Origami, Polyhedra, Fall 2012 View the complete course: http://ocw.mit.edu/6-849F12 Instructor: Erik Demaine This class begins with a folding exercise and demonstration involving Origamizer. A high-level overview of the mathematical constr

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Recent Advances in the Use of DNA as a Building Material

(February 2, 2011) Paul Rothemund presents his work using DNA as a building material in molecules and how he thinks this can affect the future of science. Stanford University: http://www.stanford.edu/ School of Engineering: http://soe.stanford.edu/ Stanford Center for Professional Deve

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HITB SecConf 2009 Malaysia: PDF Origami Strikes Back 5/6

Clip 5/6 Speakers: Frédéric Raynal (Head of Research & Software Development, Sogeti/Cap Gemini), Guillaume Delugré (Sogeti) and Damien Aumaitre (Sogeti) Last year, we presented at PacSec some risks related to the PDF format. Many samples were provided. In the end, we showed 2 real-lif

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Origami Fireworks by Yami Yamauchi: Improved Assembly

** The difference between this video and the one posted previously is how the modules are assembled. I think the new assembly is easier and more robust than the previous one. ** This video demonstrates how to fold the origami model "Fireworks" that Yami Yamauchi designed. Yami kindly

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