Origami Design Secrets: Mathematical Methods for an Ancient Art

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Peters, Oct 1, 2003 - Crafts & Hobbies - 585 pages
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Robert J. Lang, one of the worlds foremost origami artists and scientists, presents the never-before-described mathematical and geometric principles that allow anyone to design original origami, something once restricted to an elite few. From the theoretical underpinnings to detailed step-by-step folding sequences, this book takes a modern look at the centuries-old art of origami.

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Origami, or oriental paper folding, is the classic example of a craft that appears deceptively simple to the novice. Origami instructor Smith presents the basics for beginners, explaining materials ... Read full review

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Robert J. Lang, author of "The Complete Book of Origami, "lives in Altadena, California. Stephen Weiss is the author of "Wings & Things: Origami That Flies, "and is the designer of the FliteRings kit, distributed by AG Industries. He lives in Miami Beach, Florida.

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