Deployable/Transformable Structures

March 25th, 2009

I always find it fascinating when someone can fold a sheet of paper into a rigid 3D structure. This video is a compilation of some experiments by Daniel Piker. Great stuff!

If you want to try it yourself, then these patterns may help you.

Folding Patterns by Daniel Piker

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  5. yoana Says:

    hey I was wondering if ther eis anywhere I can find how to make the paper stucture at 00:30 if u cud send me a link or show me how it would be SOOOOO HELPFUL
    thank you
    this is awsum ^^

  6. Lynn Says:

    First of all, I love your video!
    I am a student working on a similar idea…I was wondering if you have the pattern/technique how to make the paper structure at 1:29. Any information on it will be very helpful. thank you so much!

  7. valentina Says:

    can someone tell me how it works the last structure. please!!!!!

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