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This short National Geographic article describes applications of origami to engineering problems, and two of these applications are beautifully illustrated. Also, an MIT scientist describes possible future origami technologies.
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© 2009 National Geographic Society
Origami, engineering, folded paper
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Metadata instance created September 29, 2012 by Ed Lee
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Fold Everything, (National Geographic, 2009), <>.
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Fold Everything. (2009, September 15). Retrieved April 24, 2018, from National Geographic:
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National Geographic. Fold Everything. National Geographic, September 15, 2009. (accessed 24 April 2018).
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Fold Everything. National Geographic, 2009. 15 Sep. 2009. 24 Apr. 2018 <>.
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