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When the sheets were folded, using a special origami technique, the alternating gels touched and generated electricity.
An adjacent garden offers ongoing workshops for the public, which this month include Japanese cooking, indigo dyeing, and origami.
In dramatizing these choices, McDermott unfolds the origami of a particular Catholic mind-set, in which the stakes are the highest and no neat or clear outcome is available.
The visuals dazzle right from the opening sequence, in which an infant Kubo and his mother are on a boat tossed by a storm; Laika also uses stop-motion origami to astonishing effect.
Stairs that go nowhere make one structure look like an image by M. C. Escher; angled roofs and slanting facades turn office towers into steel-and-glass origami.
My trick was thus: Fold my jean cuffs into careful origami so they could be tucked into the Ugg boots and then insert my lime green Verizon chocolate phone into the inside of my right boot.
Using an origami-like folding technique that’s previously been used to create all kinds of robots, Rus and her colleagues built a system where a simple centimeter-scale robot could change its shape when needed.
Yasin used his undergraduate degree in aeronautical engineering to design the garments, which are inspired by both origami and the structure of satellite panels.
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