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A varied assortment of Sonobe creations.
On the suggestion of an acquaintance, I got a book of Tomoko Fuse’s from the library. She has some very nice modules. I have mostly been experimenting with the one she calls “convex hexagonal ring solid” — if anything, it … Continue reading
Haven’t had an origami post in a while! This book was as Christmas gift. It consists of an assortment of instructions for modular origami: about ten different versions of the Sonobe unit, a variety of cube-based units they call the … Continue reading
There was a nice little piece in the Times reviewing an exhibition on origami and fractals in LA — if I were a West Coaster, I’d definitely drop by. As is, just posting to correct the recent deficit of origami-related material … 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