MIT’s Extreme Origami [Video]

MIT’s Extreme Origami [Video]
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The Extreme Origami Club of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology takes the sublime art of paper folding to new heights.

Don Michael Acelar De Leon
  • 16 february 2011

The Extreme Origami Club of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (OrigaMIT) takes the sublime art of paper folding to new heights. From The Boston Globe:

An influx of talented young folders…has solidified the university’s reputation as a hotbed of “extreme’’ origami, a branch of the ancient art form that draws upon high-level mathematical and engineering skills to create mind-blowing works of art. With a mailing list of 200 members drawn from every segment of the MIT community, the club holds weekly meetings and workshops and sponsors campus-wide competitions that challenge MIT’s best and brightest to fold their way to glory.

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