Paper by Erik D. Demaine

Reference:
Erik D. Demaine, Martin L. Demaine, and Joseph S. B. Mitchell, “Folding Any Silhouette from a Strip”, in Abstracts from the 3rd CGC Workshop on Computational Geometry (CGC'98), Providence, Rhode Island, October 11–12, 1998.

Comments:
Here is a bicolor flat origami I made for the talk.
(Photograph by Roberto Tamassia)

Length:
The abstract is 2 pages and the talk is 20 minutes.

Availability:
The abstract is available in PostScript (110k).
The talk is also available in PostScript (299k).
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Related papers:
CGTA2000 (Folding Flat Silhouettes and Wrapping Polyhedral Packages: New Results in Computational Origami)
SoCG99 (Folding Flat Silhouettes and Wrapping Polyhedral Packages: New Results in Computational Origami)

Related webpages:
Wrapping Polyhedra


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Last updated March 27, 2017 by Erik Demaine.