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Origami Wall-E

Brian Chan figured out how to make this origami Wall-E from a single uncut square of paper. It looks like a 2 hour project for someone with decent folding skill. My mind is officially blown. Images and the Wall-E folding pattern are available on Brian’s site. I found the above time-lapse video on MIT’s TechTV video site. The site looks like a YouTube for hackers and is also well worth checking out.

Brian Chan’s Origami Wall-E
Wall-E Folding @ MIT TechTV

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