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### Using Geogebra for Origami

Level
Not Rated
Teacher(s)
Tung Ken Lam

This demonstration shows you some ways to use Geogebra (www.geogebra.org) to design, draw and animate origami.

The example images show some of the possibilities. In this session you will see some of the techniques used. View and edit these and more example files at https://www.geogebra.org/u/tung+ken+lam

Level
Intermediate
Creator(s)
Koray Kramer
Teacher(s)
Koray Kramer

This modular origami kusudama has pretty petals, that look solid. It is relatively easy to fold, with a strong and stable connection that does not require glue. It can be assembled in all sorts of solids, with 6, 12 and 30 being the most convenient.

### Magic Flower Ver. 2

Level
Simple
Creator(s)
Ilan Garibi
Teacher(s)
Ilan Garibi

My latest version on an action flower, that can pop out of your hands with a surprising jump

### Playable Soccer Ball

Level
Simple
Creator(s)
Ilan Garibi
Teacher(s)
Ilan Garibi

This module is the most robust unit I ever saw, to a level you can play soccer with it! No glue is needed.
The same module can produce a beautiful kusudama as well!

### Zipper Tess and variations

Level
Low Intermediate
Creator(s)
Ilan Garibi
Teacher(s)
Ilan Garibi

I will teach the basics of tessellations, what makes them work, and teach two models from my new tessellation book - Diamond and Asymmetric-Diamond tessellations.
We start with a single molecule and proceed to fold 2 by 2 projects from each molecule.

### Grim Reaper

Level
High Intermediate
Creator(s)
Marc Kirschenbaum
Teacher(s)
Marc Kirschenbaum

This Grim Reaper is both scary and cute! It is from a single square using the classic Frog Base. There is a bit of pulling flaps out and wrapping layers around, so you should be comfortable with steps like that.

### Electric Guitar

Level
Intermediate
Creator(s)
Marc Kirschenbaum
Teacher(s)
Marc Kirschenbaum

This Electric Guitar is based on the classic Fender Stratocaster. This model is a great excuse to use foil paper, but kami works too. Lots of interesting asymmetrical folds in this one.

### Santa Claus

Level
Intermediate
Creator(s)
Marc Kirschenbaum
Teacher(s)
Marc Kirschenbaum

This Santa Claus is from a modified Bird Base with a few interesting squash folds thrown in. He is designed to be flat to be used on a card, but can also be used an an ornament. It is from a difficult to obtain book - Origami Around the World (published only in Italy and France).

### Seahorse

Level
High Intermediate
Creator(s)
Marc Kirschenbaum
Teacher(s)
Marc Kirschenbaum

This Seahorse sports color contrasting eyes and fins. It also has a few pleats along the body that are NOT formed by pleating. There are quite a few fun sequences in making this model. You should be comfortable with sinks and squash folds.

### Bull

Level
High Intermediate
Creator(s)
Rob Snyder
Teacher(s)
Rob Snyder

This geometric, three-dimensional bull is folded from one square. It includes a color change on the horns if you're using duo paper.

### Unicorn Toy

Level
Intermediate
Creator(s)
Oriol Esteve
Teacher(s)
Oriol Esteve

This is a quick to fold Unicorn, with some original steps. The model was designed to be very feasible to fold for the average origamists (intermediate difficulty) avoiding complicated procedures. The design does not acumulate many layers, so it's good to fold also with small papers, even ticket bills.

### Sakura/ Dandelion Dish

Level
Simple
Creator(s)
Shoko Aoyagi
Teacher(s)
Mariela Herrera

Let's fold 2 beautiful dishes....a Cherry Blossom and a Dandelion dish. Both were designed by the talented and dear Shoko Aoyagi sensei

### Origami Snacks

Level
Intermediate
Creator(s)
Marc Kirschenbaum
Teacher(s)
Marc Kirschenbaum

Three origami food models will be taught::
Pretzel, Banana and a Pizza Slice
All are from a difficult to obtain book - Origami Around the World (published only in Italy and France)