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PAPER HOLDING Software ORIGAMI for children and teacher

Origami (折り紙 ? , from ori
meaning "folding", and kami
meaning "paper") is the
traditional Japanese folk art of
paper folding, which started in
the 17th century AD and was
popularized in the mid-1900s. It
has since then evolved into a
modern art form. The goal of this
art is to transform a flat sheet of
material into a finished sculpture
through folding and sculpting
techniques, and as such the use
of cuts or glue are not
considered to be origami.
The number of basic origami
folds is small, but they can be
combined in a variety of ways to
make intricate designs. The most
well known origami model is
probably the Japanese paper
crane. In general, these designs
begin with a square sheet of
paper whose sides may be
different colors or prints.
Traditional Japanese origami,
which has been practiced since
the Edo era (1603–1867), has
often been less strict about these
conventions, sometimes cutting
the paper or using nonsquare
shapes to start with.



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