16 hrs ago
White Elephant, A Life-Size Origami Elephant Folded From a Single Giant Piece of Paper
Back in 2013 we posted about "White Elephant," an ambitious project by artist Sipho Mabona to make a life-size origami elephant out of a 50-foot-wide square of paper.
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20 hrs ago
Paper Microscope Folds Up Like Origami
Foldscope is a microscope contained within a single sheet of paper that allows for fast and affordable testing of diseases like Malaria, Tuberculosis, and African Sleeping Sickness in developing nations.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Monday Murder Mystery: Lexicon
Some years ago, while browsing a bookstore I found a copy of Origami, the Art & Fun of Japanese Paper Folding , which also included a small sampling of origami paper.
Dual Purpose Sofa Pulls Out To Become A Rug [Pics]
Origami by its very nature creates something from nothing, and has already found plenty of applications within urban design .
Students sell origami cranes for good causes
Students in the southern tier are using origami to support two good causes. Dunkirk School 5's Origami Club are making paper cranes.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
Origami Couch Folds Into Mat
If you have a tiny apartment that you don't want taken up by seating, then this origami couch that folds into a mat could be the way to go.
The China Post
Japan students thank Taiwan for quake aid
A group of mostly Japanese students braved drizzling rain Sunday to stage an event in New Taipei to thank Taiwan for its relief assistance in the wake of a magnitude 9 earthquake and tsunami on March 11, 2011.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
Japanese origami art at St. George School
St. George students, from left, Alexis Rytky holds an origami fish, Meghan Keizer showcases a folded fish, Chloe Fournier with another fish, and Nicole Paulsen holding a crane.
How to Make a Microscope Out of Paper in 10 Minutes
A new microscope can be printed on a flat piece of paper and assembled with a few extra components in less than 10 minutes.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
General Debate 8 March 2014
These include the Woman's Condom, with a dissolving capsule applicator; Cupid, with a ring-shaped foam sponge for stability; and the Origami Condom, which folds out like an accordion when pushed into the vagina.
People's Daily Online
Grief at Kunming attack site on day of mourning
Sacrifices, flowers and origami cranes are presented to mourn the victims of a terrorist attack at the square of Kunming Railway Station in Kunming, capital of southwest China's Yunnan Province, March 7, 2014, seven days after the bloodbath.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Hampton Roads Daily Press
Relive Battle of Hampton Roads at The Mariners' Museum
Abraham Lincoln historical interpreter George Buss portrayed the president during a previous Battle of Hampton Roads Weekend at The Mariners' Museum.
Folding into new hobbies
He loves chess so much that he's taught the game to kids all over the world, he coaches the Summerside Chess Club and he can be found weekly at the Summerside Farmers Market, ready to challenge all comers.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Luxeindulge Introduces Fyodor Golan Spring Summer Collection 2014
Luxeindulge is a renowned Stockist of premium brands in fashion for men and women for London Fashion Week.
Sea creatures celebrated at Museum of Industry
People can take advantage of exciting March break activities at Nova Scotia Museum sites with pirates, sea creatures, bugs and Jack the Kangaroo at various locations.
Odonis Odonis - "Angus Mountain" Video
The last video we saw from Odonis Odonis was a creepy story set to the noisy and chaotic " New Obsession ," so it would totally understandable if you were to watch this and think it was the work of a completely different band.
Change Your Mind. 13 Exercises To Become A Creative Genius
It is time to de-bunk that myth about creativity being a God-given talent only given to a select few.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Electronic devices could be a detriment to spatial cognition
What do a commuter taking a detour on the way to work and a youngster fashioning a bird out of a sheet of brightly colored paper have in common? They're both depending on spatial cognition to complete a task.
The Northern Echo
Sending messages of hope to Japanese earthquake victims
Visitors to Durham City's Saturday market will be invited to write a goodwill message and fold it into an origami crane, in return for a donation.