“Origami gets a second life” - Professor Ichiro Hagiwara has been introduced on National Geographic website

Jun. 11, 2020

 
 
       Hagiwara's origami safety helmets are shock-absorbent and can be folded up for storage.

 
“Origami gets a second life” - Professor Ichiro Hagiwara (Organization for the Strategic Coordination of Research and Intellectual Properties) has been introduced on National Geographic website.
 
 A centuries-old Japanese art is set to revolutionize the manufacturing industry with origami printing.
     
 
  
                     Left: Origami structures can now be printed on a single sheet of paper without cuts.
                     Right: Origami printers at Meiji University are opening up a universe of possibilities in manufacturing.

Please visit the website below for details.
https://www.nationalgeographic.com/science/2020/03/partner-content-origami-gets-second-life/


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