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the art or process, originally Japanese, of paper folding
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The code name for Microsoft's earlier mobile PC specification. See Ultra-Mobile PC.
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Matthew Shlian, in collaboration with Max Shtein, material scientist and engineer at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, began exploring the question, "Can we make solar cells more efficient by using paper folding and cutting techniques?
It is a traditional Japanese art of paper folding that started in the 17th century AD and became popular outside Japan in the mid 1900s.
Escalade's Martin Yale business unit manufactures and distributes information security and print finishing products including paper folding machines, paper cutters/trimmers, paper hole punches, data shredders and office accessories.
The context of paper folding makes some of the abstract mathematical ideas involved relatively concrete.
2 Stage 2--Replication of paper folding activity in GeoGebra
The event provided the ladies with a chance to learn origami, the Japanese art of paper folding, and Japanese calligraphy, which includes several different styles using bamboo brushes and ink.
Volunteers will be on hand to teach visitors of all ages the art of origami paper folding.
People will be shown the traditional Japanese art of paper folding at a new workshop at the Gallery Shop at the Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art in Gateshead for the festive season.
We had the chance to learn ikebana, also called kado, the art of flower arrangement, and even origami, the art of paper folding.
The Japanese art of paper folding dates back to the 17th century
In the secular world it runs parallel to Christmas gift giving but with this paper folding delight the story of the lighting of the eight menorah candles is told simply, not dwelling on the ancient Maccabean victory over Antiochus IV Epiphanes but rather delivering a message of hope and peace for the future.
A number of family activities will be running including calligraphy and the traditional Japanese art of paper folding, origami.