# Robert lang the math and magic of origami

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The math and magic of origami. Robert Lang is a pioneer of the newest kind of origami using math and engineering principles to fold mindblowingly intricate designs that are beautiful and, sometimes, very useful. This talk was presented at an official TED conference, andRobert Lang is a pioneer of the newest kind of origami using math and engineering principles to fold mindblowingly intricate designs that are beautiful and, sometimes, very useful. robert lang the math and magic of origami

Jul 31, 2008 http: www. ted. com Robert Lang is a pioneer of the newest kind of origami using math and engineering principles to fold mindblowingly intricate designs that are

Robert Lang: The math and magic of origami For those of you not familiar with TED Talks here is a brief summery from www. ted. com: TED is a small nonprofit devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading. It started out (in 1984) as a conference bringing together people from three worlds: Technology, Entertainment, Design. The Math And Magic of Origami TED talk by Robert Lang Robert Lang is a pioneer of the newest kind of origamiusing math and engineering principles to fold mindblowingly intricate designs that are beautiful and, sometimes, very useful.**robert lang the math and magic of origami** Robert Lang: the Maths and Magic of Origami. It is shown that the mathematical problem of 'discpacking' is fundamental to the development of origami, not just as an art form but with applications in the space industry to send telescopes into space, in medicine in the design of a heart stent and in the automotive industry in the design of airbags.

Apr 02, 2013 Robert Lang: The math and magic of origami. This fish, 400 scales again, it is one uncut square, only folding. And if you dont want to fold 400 scales, you can back off and just do a few things, and add plates to the back of a turtle, or toes. Or you can *robert lang the math and magic of origami* Robert Lang is a pioneer of the newest kind of origami using math and engineering principles to fold mindblowingly intricate designs that are beautiful and, sometimes, very useful. The math and magic of origami. This fish, 400 scales again, it is one uncut square, only folding. And if you don't want to fold 400 scales, you can back off and just do a few things, and add plates to the back of a turtle, or toes. Or you can ramp up and go up to 50 stars on a flag, with 13 stripes. How can the answer be improved?