Between the Folds
I recently saw a PBS special called Between the Folds that showcased some cool ways to use origami to explore math and art. This led me to Thomas Hull's site: https://kahuna.merrimack.edu/~thull/OrigamiMath.html.
Here are links from the PBS web site:
Origami History | Origami Resources | New Models in Origami Design | Sources
BETWEEN THE FOLDS: Filmmaker Website
Read the filmmaker’s blog, get information on screenings and more.
Joseph Wu Origami
Explore this artist’s website, which includes a history of origami and related links.
The Origami Swami: Timeline of Paperfolding
View a timeline on the history of paper folding and origami.
Origami Resources and Diagrams
Origami Resource Center
This online resource center includes hundreds of free diagrams and folding instructions.
OrigamiUSA is a national society devoted to origami. Get information on events, conventions and origami activities, as well as a comprehensive database of origami models, a glossary and a FAQ.
Origami by John Montroll
Look inside prolific author and paperfolder John Montroll's books containing models designed for all ages and abilities.
Origami Design Secrets
By Robert J. Lang
AK Peters, 2003
Lang’s book demystifies the science of origami design.
By Michael LaFosse
Rockport Publishers, 2000
A visual and written guide to today’s best-known origami artists.
Origami: From Angelfish to Zen
By Peter Engel
This classic instructional book includes origami history, mathematical explanations, diagrams and illustrations.
New Models in Origami Design
Vincent Floderer’s site features a gallery and videos on paper “crumpling” (in French).
This extensive bibliography contains links to resources on mathematical origami. The site also includes a list of books with origami diagrams for a range of skill levels.
Eric Gjerde’s site includes a blog and geometric origami designs.
By Tom Hull
A.K. Peters, 2006
Hull’s book contains origami-related activities in advanced mathematics.
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