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Origami Science & Art
Origami Science & Art

Auteurs : Tomoko Fuse, Jun Maekawa, Miura Koryo, Toshikazu Kawasaki
Édition : Seian Iniversity of art and design  (1997)
Type de média : Livre en Américain
Nb. modèles : 0 Modèle(s) référencé(s)
Reference (1) - MFPP : L.00429
Mots clés : Didactique,Géométrie,Mathématique
Caractéristiques : 560 Pages - format : 18cm. x 25.5cm.
Niveau : 1 - Tout niveau
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This proceedings presents the papers given at the Second International Meeting of Origami Science and Scientific Origami, with additional contributions. The meeting was held at Seian University of Art and Design and Japan International Academy of Municipalities in Otsu, Japan, from November 29 to December 2, 1994. As many as 356 people from 15 countries participated in the meeting. This meeting also complements the International KATACHI U SYMMETRY Symposium, Tsukuba, Japan, November 22-25, 1994.
The meeting consists of lecture sessions and table sessions. Most of the papers presented at the meeting are included in this volume. Unfortunately, some of the attractive presentations, especially talks at the table sessions, did not result in written papers and thus these do not appear in this volume. These presentations have been recorded on video-tapes and are preserved in the Library of Seian University of Art and Design. Parallel to these sessions, the meeting was supported by three attractive exhibitions. The Exhibition of Origami Works of Participants and the Exhibition of Origami in the Edo Era Books and Works (Courtesy of Mr. Satoshi Takagi) were held in the Library of Seian University of Art and Design. The Exhibition of Ogasawara-ryu Orikata was held at KyuChikurin-In, a beautiful temple located in Sakamoto, Otsu. The International Society for the Interdisciplinary Study of Symmetry (ISIS-Symmetry) has published the Issue of Symmetry (Vol.5, No.1, No.2, 1994) specifically dedicated to Origami at the time of this meeting. This publication includes a discerning essay, "Symmet-Origami in Art, Science, and Technology," by Prof. Niles Nagy. The editors appreciate this timely cooperation offered by ISIS-Symmetry.
This meeting came into being by the dedicated effort of many persons. For the purpose of bringing together the two different aspects of creation, art and science, in origami, the First Origami Science and Technology took place on December 6-7 1989 in the Casa di Ludovico Ariosto in Ferrara, Italy. Prof. Humiaki Huzita of University of Padova had done a beautiful job to organize the Meeting. The meeting proved to be quite successful as well as enjoyable and the resulting Proceedings became the classic reference on the subject. In 1979 Prof. Kodi Husimi and Mrs. Mitsue Husimi published a comprehensive book about the geometry of origami (Origami no Kikagaku, Tokyo, 1979, written in Japanese). This book had a great impact on the new generation of scholars, and initiated additional research in origami mathematics, especially in Japan. Several important contributions have been made on the subject in recent years. Under such circumstances, it seemed agreeable to have the second meeting in Japan, which is the motherland of origami. A virtual society called Origami Science Forum, by Prof. Koryo Miura and editors of this volume, was organized to promote the second meeting. With the cooperation of major members of international
origami societies, the plan of the second meeting was prepared.
Prof. Miura proposed the plan to Seian University of Art and Design. The President Yohei Izutsu quickly recognized that the meeting would be very valuable and in completely compliance with the purpose of Seian University of Art and Design. Then, Prof. Tohru Tanabe and Mr. Susumu Yamada established the meeting organization including University staffs, experts on the subject, and people from relevant organizations. The meeting and the publication were financially supported by Seian University of Art and Design, Shiga Prefecture, Otsu City and some private firms and individuals. On behalf of the Organizing Committee and all participants, the editors would like to express their sincere gratitude to these organizations, firms and individuals. Also, we would like to thank Prof. Humiaki Huzita for his advice on many phases of preparation of the meeting and effort in encouraging origami enthusiasts in the world to participate in the àmeeting.
With great regret we must inform the reader that Mr. Yohei Izutsu, President of the meeting, passed away on May 1996. We believe that, without his exalted ideas, this meeting would have not been realized. We shall always remember him not only as the head of the meeting, but as a man who enjoyed origami at the meeting.
It is our hope that this publication will be of value in spreading the idea of origami science and art to not only origami experts but also the general public.


  • Koryo Miura (Chief)
  • Tomoko Fuse
  • Toshikazu Kawasaki
  • Jun Maekawa

Table des matières
For the Second International Meeting of Origami Science and Scientific Origami Kodi Husimi 0
Contents Inconnu 0
Welcome to Otsu Kyohei Katsuta 0
Preface Tomoko Fuse, Jun Maekawa, Miura Koryo, Toshikazu Kawasaki 0
Program Inconnu 0
Meeting Organization Inconnu 0
Participating Organizations Inconnu 0
Papers Inconnu 1
Fujimoto Successive Method to Obtain Odd-Number Section of a Segment or an Angle by Folding Operations Shuzo Fujimoto, Huzita Humiaki 1
Towards a Mathematical Theory of Origami Jacques Justin 15
R(y)= 1 Toshikazu Kawasaki 31
Fold - its Physical and Mathematical Principles Miura Koryo 41
Four-dimensional Origami Koji Miyazaki 51
The Technique to Fold Free Flaps of Formative Art "ORIGAMI" Fumiaki Kawahata 63
The Tree Method of Origami Design Robert J. Lang 73
Folding of Uniform Plane Tessellations Tibor Tarnai 83
Folded and Unfolded Nature Biruta Kresling 93
Similarity in Origami Jun Maekawa 109
Breaking Symmetry: Origami, Architecture, and the Forms of Nature Peter Engel 119
Discrete Symmetric Origami Structures : Dissigami Misha Litvinov 147
Planar Graphs and Modular Origami Thomas Hull 151
Origami-Model of Crystal Structure, II. Spinel and Corundum Structures Shozo Ishihara 161
The Platonic Solids and its Interrelated Solids Shuzo Fujimoto 171
Molecular Modeling of Fullerenes with Modular Origami Francis M.Y. Ow, Louis A. Cuccia, R. Bruce Lennox 181
Envelope-Folding Useful for Chemical Education Shukichi Yamana 189
The Origins of Origami or the Other Side to Origami Makio Araki 198
Finding Convex Deltahedra through Origami Youko Horii 201
Polyhedron Origami: A Possible Formulation by "Simple Units" Miyuki Kawamura 209
Modular Origami Polyhedra Rona Gurkewitz 221
Symmetry in Two-and Three-dimensional Origami with Knotted Tape Heinz Strobl 225
A Study on the Twist in Quadrangular Origami Tubes Noriko Nagata 233
Proposal of a Term Origamics for Plastic Origami - Workless Scientific Origami Haga Kazuo 239
ORIGAMI as an Aid to Understanding Symmetry Groups Junko Nitta 249
HyperGami : A Computational System for Creating Decorated Paper Constructions Ann Nishioka, Michael Eisenberg 259
Using Origami as a Teaching Tool Toshinori Tanaka 269
Teaching Origami to Develop Visual/Spatial Perception Judy Hall 279
Physically Handicapped and Origami Saburo Kase 295
Origamic Architecture Masahiro Chatani 303
Tridimensional Transformations of Paper by Cutting and Folding Ramin Razani 311
Artistic Tiling Problem by Origami Peter Paul Forcher 313
Extruding and Tessellating Polygons from a Plane Chris K. Palmer 323
Hikari-ori Reflective Folding James Minoru Sakoda 333
Lines Meeting on a Surface the "MARS" Paperfolding Paulo Taborda Barreto 343
Creative Origami `Snow Crystals' : Some New Approaches to Geometric Origami Kunio Suzuki 361
Art, Origami and Education John S. Smith 379
Form of Origami Yoshihide Momotani 389
Origami Fractal Kenzo Takei 395
Block Origami System Sato Yoshio 401
Traditional and Technical David Brill 413
Thoughts on the Future of Origami Design : Something Old, Something New• • • Herman Van Goubergen 425
One Crease Origami : Less is More Paul Jackson 431
Image Game Kasahara Kunihiko 441
The Cube Story Told in Modular-Origami Language Tomoko Fuse 451
Movement of Nature and Folding line Structures and Others Akira Yoshizawa 463
Origami and Motivation Thoki Yenn 469
How the Origami Model Explains the Theory of Kikujutsu Toshiyuki Iwasaki 481
The Roots of Origami and its Cultural Background Ohashi Koya 503
Some Observations on the History of Paperfolding in Japan and the West - a Development in Parallel David Lister 511
Another View of the Word "ORIGAMI" Masao Okamura 525
Right Angle Billiard Games and their Solutions by Folding Paper Huzita Humiaki 541

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