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A varied assortment of Sonobe creations.
The title of this post is transliterated Hindi; Google translate offers also “आलू प्याज टमाटर टोस्ट” and “ālū pyāja ṭamāṭara ṭōsṭa” (indicating that the “z” is pronounced in the same way this American usually pronounces the letter “j”). It means … Continue reading
This post lists everything I’ve written about the mathematics of origami. Origami and math Sonobe and “underlying geometry” Update on breaking the underlying geometry Sonobe puzzler 1: Name that shape! Sonobe puzzler 2: How many units? Sonobe puzzler 3: Mirror images? Coloring … Continue reading
This is a follow-up to Coloring Sonobe origami, part 1: proper coloring. Symmetric Coloring The most natural first polyhedra to make from the Sonobe unit are, like the octahedron, regular solids. As a result, they have lots of symmetries. Thus, … Continue reading
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Origami made from origami instructions: (The first two show a proper, symmetric 3-coloring of the octahedron with four units each of purple, teal and orange.)