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ORIGAMI: THE ART OF FUTURE
SCIENCE
MASTER KESHAV SHUKLA| MR.AMIT GUPTA|8TH
OBJECTIVE
• To prove the value of art
• To prove there is a math in art of paper folding that has being discovered
• To prove there is a relation between a flapping birds and space telescopes
• To prove that origami has evolve with math
• To prove in that there are infinite possibilities of origami in our daily life
INTRODUCTION
INTRODUTION TO ORIGAMI;
Origami (折り紙, Japanese pronunciation: [oɾiɡami] or [oɾiꜜɡami], from ori meaning "folding",
and kami meaning "paper/ material " is the art of paper folding, which is often associated with
Japanese culture. In modern usage, the word "origami" is used as an inclusive term for all
folding practices, regardless of their culture of origin. The goal is to transform a flat square sheet
of paper into a finished sculpture through folding and sculpting techniques. Origami folders
often use the Japanese word kirigami to refer to designs which use cuts.
• ORIGAMI RESEARCHERS/ ORIGAMISTS:
• A laser physicist and former researcher with NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Dr. Robert Lang, 46, is a
pioneer in technical and computational origami, which focuses on the mathematics behind the art.
the Renaissance man of origami," says Jan Polish of Origami USA, which has 1,700 members worldwide.
"A lot of people who come from the science end are mostly interested in origami as a problem to be
solved. His work is very intriguing because he has combined art and math. His signature is a high
of reality with a breath of life."
• Lang has also created or breathed life into more than 495 intricate new origami models, some requiring
hundreds of folds: turtles with patterned shells, raptors with textured feathers, a rattlesnake with 1,000
scales and a tick the size of a popcorn kernel.A task that took five hours. Most of these works adhere to
one deceptively simple requirement—the use of a single sheet of paper with no cuts or tears.
• There was also an independent tradition of paper folding in Europe. But until the mid-20th century,
practitioners had been limited to only a few hundred classic and oft-repeated designs. Then, in the
new techniques and designs created by Japanese origami artist Akira Yoshizawa started being
and exhibited. Soon after, experts began working on the mathematics that would allow the design and
computation of abstract geometric shapes in folded paper. Lang and others use analytical geometry,
linear algebra, calculus and graph theory to solve origami problems.
• In the early '90s, Lang and Japanese origami master Toshiyuki Meguro simultaneously hit on a
that has revolutionized folding. Now called "circle-river packing," the technique allowed origamists to
something that had always eluded them
• Lang has also consulted with engineers at California's Lawrence Livermore National
Laboratory on a new generation space-based telescope dubbed Eyeglass. The goal is to put
huge telescopes—up to 328 feet in diameter—into orbit for purposes that include the
viewing of planets outside our solar system. Getting such a behemoth into space poses a
problem because the hold of the space shuttle measures a slim 15 feet in diameter. Lang
devised a folding pattern for a 16-foot-diameter prototype that can be folded for transport,
then unfurled like a flower coming into bloom once in space.
• Tornados, earthquakes and explosions often trap dazed and injured people beneath fallen
buildings and other debris. Rescuers may have trouble sorting through that rubble to safely
locate survivors they may be too tiny for humans to fit through. But they’re not too small for
some robots. Such rescue automatons must be very tiny. It would help if they could squeeze
and bend, too, to squish through small cracks and crevices. Indeed, such robots might take a
lesson or two from critters in the living world — such as cockroaches. A few years ago, two
researchers actually developed a robo-roach. They named it CRAM.
THEORY
The rules to design scientific origami crease pattern are :
1. To use two coloured sheet for crease pattern
2. The directions of the folds at any vertex —the number of mountain folds, the
— always differs by two.(M>V or M<V by 2)
3. Alternate angles sum to make a 180 0
4. A how you stack folds and sheets, a sheet can never penetrate a fold

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ORIGAMI presentation final.pptx

  • 1. ORIGAMI: THE ART OF FUTURE SCIENCE MASTER KESHAV SHUKLA| MR.AMIT GUPTA|8TH
  • 2. OBJECTIVE • To prove the value of art • To prove there is a math in art of paper folding that has being discovered • To prove there is a relation between a flapping birds and space telescopes • To prove that origami has evolve with math • To prove in that there are infinite possibilities of origami in our daily life
  • 3. INTRODUCTION INTRODUTION TO ORIGAMI; Origami (折り紙, Japanese pronunciation: [oɾiɡami] or [oɾiꜜɡami], from ori meaning "folding", and kami meaning "paper/ material " is the art of paper folding, which is often associated with Japanese culture. In modern usage, the word "origami" is used as an inclusive term for all folding practices, regardless of their culture of origin. The goal is to transform a flat square sheet of paper into a finished sculpture through folding and sculpting techniques. Origami folders often use the Japanese word kirigami to refer to designs which use cuts.
  • 4. • ORIGAMI RESEARCHERS/ ORIGAMISTS: • A laser physicist and former researcher with NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Dr. Robert Lang, 46, is a pioneer in technical and computational origami, which focuses on the mathematics behind the art. the Renaissance man of origami," says Jan Polish of Origami USA, which has 1,700 members worldwide. "A lot of people who come from the science end are mostly interested in origami as a problem to be solved. His work is very intriguing because he has combined art and math. His signature is a high of reality with a breath of life." • Lang has also created or breathed life into more than 495 intricate new origami models, some requiring hundreds of folds: turtles with patterned shells, raptors with textured feathers, a rattlesnake with 1,000 scales and a tick the size of a popcorn kernel.A task that took five hours. Most of these works adhere to one deceptively simple requirement—the use of a single sheet of paper with no cuts or tears. • There was also an independent tradition of paper folding in Europe. But until the mid-20th century, practitioners had been limited to only a few hundred classic and oft-repeated designs. Then, in the new techniques and designs created by Japanese origami artist Akira Yoshizawa started being and exhibited. Soon after, experts began working on the mathematics that would allow the design and computation of abstract geometric shapes in folded paper. Lang and others use analytical geometry, linear algebra, calculus and graph theory to solve origami problems. • In the early '90s, Lang and Japanese origami master Toshiyuki Meguro simultaneously hit on a that has revolutionized folding. Now called "circle-river packing," the technique allowed origamists to something that had always eluded them
  • 5. • Lang has also consulted with engineers at California's Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory on a new generation space-based telescope dubbed Eyeglass. The goal is to put huge telescopes—up to 328 feet in diameter—into orbit for purposes that include the viewing of planets outside our solar system. Getting such a behemoth into space poses a problem because the hold of the space shuttle measures a slim 15 feet in diameter. Lang devised a folding pattern for a 16-foot-diameter prototype that can be folded for transport, then unfurled like a flower coming into bloom once in space. • Tornados, earthquakes and explosions often trap dazed and injured people beneath fallen buildings and other debris. Rescuers may have trouble sorting through that rubble to safely locate survivors they may be too tiny for humans to fit through. But they’re not too small for some robots. Such rescue automatons must be very tiny. It would help if they could squeeze and bend, too, to squish through small cracks and crevices. Indeed, such robots might take a lesson or two from critters in the living world — such as cockroaches. A few years ago, two researchers actually developed a robo-roach. They named it CRAM.
  • 6. THEORY The rules to design scientific origami crease pattern are : 1. To use two coloured sheet for crease pattern 2. The directions of the folds at any vertex —the number of mountain folds, the — always differs by two.(M>V or M<V by 2) 3. Alternate angles sum to make a 180 0 4. A how you stack folds and sheets, a sheet can never penetrate a fold
  • 7. METHODOLOGY AND USE To study origami : • Robert lang uses a stick figure and input it into a app called tree-maker • Creating models with realistic appendages in specific spots. Each of a design's "flaps"—an area of the paper that is to become a leg or an antenna, for instance—is represented by a circle or a strip. Circles are drawn, or "packed," onto a square piece of paper, like oranges in a crate, with no overlap. The spaces between the circles may contain strips, or rivers, hence the name, circle-river packing. For the first time, designs that existed only in the mind's eye could be reliably reproduced without endless—and sometimes fruitless—trial and error.
  • 8. DAILY USES OF ORIGAMI Origami is use in everywhere from wake up form bed to sleeping back some example are; 1. Folding your blanket 2. Rolling your toothpaste to extract all the paste 3. Folding your napkin to fit your bag / pocket 4. Folding the tip of the important paper to remember 5. Folding money notes to fit our pocket/purse 6. Folding clothes to organizes them properly 7. Crushing useless papers to throw them 8. Rolling tangled wires to separate them and to organizes
  • 9. a)MIURA ORI The Miura fold (ミウラ折り Miura-ori) is a method of folding a flat surface such as a sheet of paper into a smaller area. The fold is named for its inventor, Japanese astrophysicist Koryo Miura. It was used the 1996 Space Flyer Unit deployed the 2D Array from a Miura folded configuration , also in The inflatable membrane structure of the SPROUT satellite is carried into space in the Miura-folded state, and then deployed using inflatable tubes themselves carried into space in the Octagon-folded state. Other potential applications of this fold include surgical devices such as stents and flat-foldable furniture .
  • 10. b)ORIGAMI FLASHER Rockets have a limited amount of space inside them, meaning it can be difficult to get large objects out into orbit. Something like the 25-meter solar array shown above would be impossible to safely store inside a rocket at full size! Origami flaser solves this problem by allowing the array to be stowed compactly during launch, then unfolded to its full size once in space. Additionally, since the pieces of the folded design are all connected, electrical circuits can run throughout, allowing for power generation from the panels, Researchers at NASA say origami could be useful one day in utilizing space solar power for Earth-based purposes.
  • 11. c)ORIGAMI BALLISTIC BARRIER Bulletproof material is definitely not what you would think of when it comes to origami, but we saw deployable barriers as a possibility.” For the bulletproof material used in the shield, the team looked at choices such as canvass and fiberglass before finally deciding on Kevlar. “You can compress [the shield] down in a very compact state made of six layers of Kevlar,” he says. “It has six layers of Kevlar and then you can fold down the panels so 12 layers of Kevlar overall. Kevlar is bullet resistant but it’s actually not resistant to sunlight and water. So on the outside cover it has ballistic nylon, the same material for things like backpacks and laptop cases.
  • 12. d)ORICEPS This Oriceps design is an example of a compliant mechanism that was inspired by Shafer's origami "Chomper", and was made for application as a pair of forceps that were later adapted and imple The Oriceps can be 3D printed or laser cut. The filament material used will determine the fatigue and flex properties of the mechanism. More flexible filaments will yield a mechanism that endures greater use and requires less force to actuate. mented for use on one of Intuitive Surgical's da Vinci robots. The Oriceps can be 3D printed or laser cut. The filament material used will determine the fatigue and flex properties of the mechanism. More flexible filaments will yield a mechanism that endures greater use and requires less force to actuate.
  • 13. e)ORIGAMI SQUARE TWIST This work introduces a type of motion termed “conceal-and-reveal” which is characterized by a state that protects a payload, a state that exposes the payload, and coupled motions between these two states. As techniques for thick, rigid origami-based engineering designs are being developed, origami is becoming increasingly more attractive as inspiration for complex systems . This paper proposes a process for designing origami-based conceal-and-reveal systems, which can be generalized to design similar thick, rigid origami-based systems and so The process is demonstrated through the development of three conceal-and-reveal systems that present a luxury product to the consumer and so The three designs also confirm that multiple origami crease patterns can be used to initiate viable approaches to achieving conceal-and-reveal motion.
  • 14. CONCLUSION 1. Origami is a art of paper folding that was created in Japan ,Today’s origami has revolve through heredity andselection by using math . 2. The people who are the practices this art of paper folding are called origamists 3. There are infinite possibilities for origami in this world in every field . 4. There are four laws that govern all origami crease pattern, that are a) 2-colored crease pattern b) number of M>V/M<V by 2 fold c) A how you stack folds and sheets d) a sheet can never penetrate a fold and sum of alternate angle =180 0
  • 15. RESULT 1. Origami have application in each field of science where the in space or it is medical field 2. Origami was been well established by the 1600s in Japan 3. The great grand Japanese origami master Akira Yoshizawa was the one who create a language to communicate that included arrow, doted line and etc. 4. The main advantage are E.C.M.S that is E=Easy to manufacture: can be manufactured on a plain sheet C=Compact and compliant: takes a lot of less space to storage & reduces parts count M=self-Morphing :can change shape and size according to environment S= 2D-3D Shape : can be transform from a plain sheet to a 3D origami shape
  • 17. GREAT MATERS OF ORIGAMI