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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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In collaboration with Peng Yin, a professor at the Wyss Institute and Harvard Medical School, and his graduate student Mingjie Dai, the team combined DNA origami with high-precision single-molecule tracking, creating a new technique called ORBIT -- origami-rotor-based imaging and tracking -- to look at molecular machines in motion.
Modern origami practitioners generally discourage the use of cuts, glue, or markings on the paper.
(NASDAQ: INTU) has agreed to acquire California-based Origami Logic, an advanced data integration, ingestion and analytics platform provider, to advance A.I.-driven expert platform strategy, the company said.
Origami Logic designed a broad and generic platform with a solid foundation and user-friendly tools.
Origami focuses on bullying - but unusually from the bully's perspective and culminates in an unexpected and uplifting twist.
BEIRUT: Those visiting the Phoenicia Hotel's Cascade Lounge for an afternoon tea or quick coffee will find it hard to miss the newly added, delicately folded origami art placed around the rooms.
To prepare, over a number of weeks, Hamish taught many enthusiastic classmates how to make origami animals and set up his own fundraising page, which has been supported by family and friends and school families.
"The dipoles were placed along the fold lines so that when the origami was compressed, the dipoles bend and become closer together, which causes their resonant frequency to shift higher along the spectrum," says Manos Tentzeris, the Ken Byers professor in Flexible Electronics in the Georgia Tech School of Electrical and Computer Engineering.
Origami Risk, the industry risk and insurance Software as a Service (SaaS) technology firm, has announced that it has received an investment from Spectrum Equity, a growth equity firm, the company said.
In addition, the group will also present calligraphy, origami and demonstrate techniques of pounding mochi, stated a press release.
The book grew out of a 2015 exhibit at the Brigham Young University Museum of Art that featured origami art from around the world and demonstrated the connection between art, engineering, design, science, and mathematics.