An interesting nation, the Japanese, paper folding work to load a meaning of the art they have succeeded in there.

origami is the art of folding japanese paper.

The Chinese are not strong enough to show that origins are an art of Chinese, even if they say, "We were folding paper long before the Japanese, the origin of this art belongs to us." they just bend the paper. they give a meaning to the paper folding event, make it a systematic and are an important part of their culture are japanese. so I think that the art of Japanese paper folding is no problem.

By the mid-1900s there were almost exclusively Japanese origami masters. the most important factor in the origins and origins of origami today is akira yoshizawa. He is a very great master of origami, but his origami contributes not only to the thousands of origami models and techniques he has developed.

He is the creator of the diagrams, which are used in all the origami books and magazines that are published, that give an opportunity for millions of garibana who don't have a master to tell him the subtleties of this art and give origam an opportunity to meet and start folding. thanks to this language, the number of people who contributed to origami increased, mathematical input into techniques, techniques developed and the event has become more systematic.

With a few moves, hundreds of thousands of simple models are complex enough to require you to do thousands of folding. origami is the first figure in the mind of most people, including myself, the crane bird is the first figure, and many people can fold a single piece of small piece of squared paper, the three-headed dragon on the top of it, you can make the dragon lord at the top and the wand in his hand, at least one can do.

start by folding simple figures, and ultimately a ryujin fold is difficult to achieve, but certainly enjoyable. it's just a square sheet of paper. There are also countless origami books and magazines that fit every level, to improve itself faster. They can also communicate with local or foreign origemans from media such as flickr and get information on how to choose paper, prepare paper, or find the necessary materials.

In addition: origami axioms

huzita iy also known as hatori axioms and origamiye are some axioms discovered by humiaki huzita, giving some mathematical foundations.

They are as follows:

1. Given the points p1 and p2, there are only one floor passing through these two points.

2. Given the points p1 and p2, there is only one line where you can fold the point p2 over the point p1.

3. Given the lines l1 and l2, there is only one line in which you can fold the line l1 on line l2.

4. If p1 point and line l1 are given, only one folding can be made perpendicular to p1 and through p1.

5. If p1, p2 points and line l1 are given, only one folding can be made which passes through point p2 and points point p1 to l1.

6. points p1, p2 and l1, l2 are given, point p1 is point l1 and p2 l2

in fact, we can make a folding on top.

Two of the three problems that pierre wantzel proved impossible to solve by using geometric tools (ruler and compass) can be solved by folding the paper very easily with the help of these axioms. these are the problem of doubling the cube and dividing the angle into three.

origami is the art of folding japanese paper.

The Chinese are not strong enough to show that origins are an art of Chinese, even if they say, "We were folding paper long before the Japanese, the origin of this art belongs to us." they just bend the paper. they give a meaning to the paper folding event, make it a systematic and are an important part of their culture are japanese. so I think that the art of Japanese paper folding is no problem.

By the mid-1900s there were almost exclusively Japanese origami masters. the most important factor in the origins and origins of origami today is akira yoshizawa. He is a very great master of origami, but his origami contributes not only to the thousands of origami models and techniques he has developed.

He is the creator of the diagrams, which are used in all the origami books and magazines that are published, that give an opportunity for millions of garibana who don't have a master to tell him the subtleties of this art and give origam an opportunity to meet and start folding. thanks to this language, the number of people who contributed to origami increased, mathematical input into techniques, techniques developed and the event has become more systematic.

With a few moves, hundreds of thousands of simple models are complex enough to require you to do thousands of folding. origami is the first figure in the mind of most people, including myself, the crane bird is the first figure, and many people can fold a single piece of small piece of squared paper, the three-headed dragon on the top of it, you can make the dragon lord at the top and the wand in his hand, at least one can do.

start by folding simple figures, and ultimately a ryujin fold is difficult to achieve, but certainly enjoyable. it's just a square sheet of paper. There are also countless origami books and magazines that fit every level, to improve itself faster. They can also communicate with local or foreign origemans from media such as flickr and get information on how to choose paper, prepare paper, or find the necessary materials.

In addition: origami axioms

huzita iy also known as hatori axioms and origamiye are some axioms discovered by humiaki huzita, giving some mathematical foundations.

They are as follows:

1. Given the points p1 and p2, there are only one floor passing through these two points.

2. Given the points p1 and p2, there is only one line where you can fold the point p2 over the point p1.

3. Given the lines l1 and l2, there is only one line in which you can fold the line l1 on line l2.

4. If p1 point and line l1 are given, only one folding can be made perpendicular to p1 and through p1.

5. If p1, p2 points and line l1 are given, only one folding can be made which passes through point p2 and points point p1 to l1.

6. points p1, p2 and l1, l2 are given, point p1 is point l1 and p2 l2

in fact, we can make a folding on top.

Two of the three problems that pierre wantzel proved impossible to solve by using geometric tools (ruler and compass) can be solved by folding the paper very easily with the help of these axioms. these are the problem of doubling the cube and dividing the angle into three.