Paper by Erik D. Demaine

Reference:
Yongquan Lu and Erik D. Demaine, “A system for generating paper sliceform artwork”, Symmetry: Culture and Science, volume 26, number 2, 2015, pages 203–215.

Abstract:
Sliceform paper art is an art form where long strips of paper are cut, folded and slotted together to form intricate geometric configurations. We present a system that streamlines the design process for such artwork, which are conventionally highly time-consuming to assemble. Main features of the system include a powerful user interface for specification of custom pattern motifs and an algorithm that traces patterns in a polygonal tile-based geometric configuration to compute strip dimensions. We exhibit some representative results generated by our system.

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Last updated December 3, 2016 by Erik Demaine.