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  1. 1. Originally called Orikata (folded shape) ©Jamaica C. Olazo
  2. 2. - the art of paper folding, which is often associated with Japanese culture. Origami (折り紙) "folding" “paper" (kami changes to gami due to RENDAKU) ©Jamaica C. Olazo
  3. 3. Kerigami - designs which use cuts, although cutting is more characteristic of Chinese papercrafts. ©Jamaica C. Olazo
  4. 4. Ts’ai Lun of China (A.D.105) - invented the paper. What origami historians believe? Paper folding was invented after the invention of paper. ©Jamaica C. Olazo
  5. 5. In China, traditional funerals often include the burning of folded paper, most often representations of gold nuggets (yuanbao). The practice of burning paper representations instead of full-scale wood or clay replicas dates from the Sung Dynasty (905– 1125 CE) for religious ceremonial purposes due to high price of paper ©Jamaica C. Olazo
  6. 6. Paper Crane -the best known origami model.
  7. 7. An ancient Japanese legend says that if you fold one thousand cranes you will be granted a wish. ©Jamaica C. Olazo
  8. 8. ORIGAMI Materials used: • Paper- Normal copy paper with weights of 70–90 g/m2 • Color- dual colored and patterned versions Many folders believe that no tool should be used when folding. ©Jamaica C. Olazo
  9. 9. Types of Origami
  10. 10. Action origami - can be animated, first appearing with the traditional Japanese flapping bird. - are normally toys built to amuse but some are designed to inspire wonder. FROG ACTION ORIGAMI SPRING IN ACTION Examples: * Paper Planes * Water Bomb
  11. 11. Wet-folding - an origami technique developed by Akira Yoshizawa that employs water to dampen the paper so that it can be manipulated more easily. WET-FOLDED BULL AKIRA YOSHIZAWA Used very often by professional folders for non-geometric origami, such as animals. ©Jamaica C. Olazo
  12. 12. One of the most prominent users of the wet-folding technique who specialized in animals, people, and mythological creatures such as fairies. He also created origami masks. Éric Joisel
  13. 13. Modular origami - a paperfolding technique which uses two or more sheets of paper to create a larger and more complex structure than would be possible using single-piece origami techniques. SWAN ORIGAMI
  14. 14. MODULES OF MODULAR ORIGAMI Decorative balls like kusudama, allows the pieces to be put together using thread or glue.
  15. 15. Pureland origami - is a style of origami invented by the British paperfolder John Smith that is limited to using only mountain and valley folds. to make origami easier for inexperienced folders and those who have impaired motor skills.
  16. 16. Tessellation - a collection of figures filling a plane with no gaps or overlaps. - pleats are used to connect molecules such as twist folds together in a repeating fashion. ORIGAMI TESSELATION BY ROBERT J. LANG
  17. 17. What are some mind blowing facts about origami ?
  18. 18. The smallest origami crane in the world was made by Naito Akirafolding plastic film measuring 0.1 by 0.1 mm. What are some mind blowing facts about origami?
  19. 19. The Samurai in Japan gave each other gifts known as "noshi" that were paper folded with a strip of fish and were considered a good luck token. What are some mind blowing facts about origami? MUCH LIKE GREETING CARDS
  20. 20. There are dozens of entries for origami in the Guinness Book of World Records including most folds, smallest, biggest, fastest time for folding 100 cranes, and many more. What are some mind blowing facts about origami?
  21. 21. Origami is the theme of a play in New York called "Animals Out of Paper" in which the three main characters all are involved in the art of paper folding. What are some mind blowing facts about origami?
  22. 22. The largest number of origami cranes was created as part of the 50th anniversary of the dropping of the atom bomb on Hiroshima. A total of 250,000 paper cranes were folded and displayed in a large memorial in the city. Each had a person's name on it and a short, peaceful message. A paper crane is a symbol for world peace. What are some mind blowing facts about origami?
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  27. 27. Let’s get building!