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written by Robert Lang
This website, created by physicist and origami Robert Lang, presents the art and science of origami. Clicking the science button provides links to three sub-sections, Origami Mathematics, Computational Origami, and Origami Technology (i.e., engineering applications). The Origami Technology section is particularly well-illustrated. Numerous links provide further information.
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image credit: Robert J. Lang; image source; larger image This resource was featured by the Physics To Go collection from October 1, 2012 until October 16, 2012. View the feature here!

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© 2004 Robert J. Lang Origami
art, paper folding
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Metadata instance created September 28, 2012 by Ed Lee
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September 28, 2012 by Ed Lee
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R. Lang, Robert J. Lang Origami, (2004), <>.
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Lang, R. (2011, June 24). Robert J. Lang Origami. Retrieved April 26, 2018, from
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Lang, Robert. Robert J. Lang Origami. June 24, 2011. (accessed 26 April 2018).
MLA Format
Lang, Robert. Robert J. Lang Origami. 2004. 24 June 2011. 26 Apr. 2018 <>.
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