## Folding a Triangle

Ed Pegg Jr., August 16, 2004

ust a few minutes (794K). I don't include the Hugi Coding Digest. Looking through here, and comparing it to all the textures I'm seeing in these programs, it's clear to me that I need to learn more. I've never even done a plasma effect (hangs head in shame). I haven't even discussed the next level -- 10 Megs.

References:

Alex Bateman, "Tess: A computer program for origami tessellations", http://www.sanger.ac.uk/Users/agb/Origami/Tess/.

Leong Chen Chit, Origami & Catastrophe Theory, http://www.britishorigami.org.uk/theory/chen.htm.

Barry Cipra, "In the Fold: Origami Meets Mathematics," SIAM News, Volume 34, Number 8, http://www.siam.org/siamnews/10-01/origami.pdf.

Erik Demaine, "Folding and Unfolding Page," http://theory.lcs.mit.edu/%7Eedemaine/folding/.

David Eppstein, Origami links from The Geometry Junkyard, http://www.ics.uci.edu/~eppstein/junkyard/origami.html.

Britney Gallivan, How to Fold Paper in Half Twelve Times, The Historical Society of Pomona Valley, 2002, http://www.osb.net/Pomona/12times.htm.

Thomas Hull, "A comparison between straight edge and compass constructions and origami," http://www.merrimack.edu/~thull/omfiles/geoconst.html.

Thomas Hull, "Origami Puzzles," http://www.origami-usa.org/puzzles/index.html.

Hatori Koshiro, "Origami versus Straight-Edge-and-Compass," http://www.jade.dti.ne.jp/~hatori/library/conste.html.

Helena A. Verrill, "Origami Trisection of an angle," http://www.hverrill.net/pages~helena/origami/trisect/.