Origami is the Japanese art of folding paper into shapes without cutting or gluing. Now, this ancient art is going high-tech. The emerging field of computational origami uses computers and mathematics to figure out just how much you can do with a single sheet of paper. Gregory Warner caught up with origami artists and their fans at a recent convention in New York.
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