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origami

the art or process, originally Japanese, of paper folding
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Origami

The code name for Microsoft's earlier mobile PC specification. See Ultra-Mobile PC.
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Origami (paper folding): In the Origami corner visitors can learn the traditional art of Origami with the members of the group on Friday and Saturday from 5pm till the end.
In "Tomoko Fuse's Origami Boxes" she draws upon her professional expertise and experience in box-folding and other origami paper craft styles to provide a thoroughly 'user friendly' instruction manual and guide using the simple flat box, or tato, in an excellent introduction to the art of beginner origami that allows readers to "start small" then go on to build to more intricate pieces.
Once I gained confidence, I decided to combine origami with drawing in such a way that the folded objects would become the "stars" of my students' works of art.
TWISTER was inspired by an origami twisted tower originally designed by Japanese artist Mihoko Tachibana, which uses multiple origami segments to form a tower structure.
VYUsync's video qualityIP coresarea fantastic example of third party integrationinto the origami ecosystem.
The self-folding origami technique was developed by researchers from Georgia Institute of Technology and Peking University in China, who published a paper on the subject Friday in the journal Science Advances.
We've been so impressed by Willa's team, mission and quality of products," said Origami Owl co-founder Chrissy Weems.
The diagrams for each step are clear and often show the results of folds that are difficult to describe in words, but having some origami experience before attempting these projects would be helpful.
This year, the Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) is encouraging people to get even more creative in this arena, releasing a series of videos that show people how to make origami creations in the shape of two of its flagship creations: The Arrow rocket interceptor missile and the Ofek spy satellite.
The 16-year-old instead has dedicated himself to becoming a master of origami, a Japanese tradition of folding paper to make various objects.
30 September 2016 - Chandler, Arizona-based custom jewelry company Origami Owl is adding New York-based beauty company willa to its Origami Owl Family of Brands, the company said.
Origami ("ori" being a Japanese word meaning "folding", and kami meaning "paper") is the art of paper folding.