Anton Mauve and Vincent van Gogh: the master and his pupil (Anton Mauve en Vincent van Gogh: de meester en zijn leerling) - CODART - Dutch and Flemish art in museums worldwide Project leaders Sjraar van Heugten, Ella Hendriks Researchers René Boitelle, Roelie Zwikker From the museum website The Cityscape Project "The Cityscape" or "Virtual Reality for the New New Economy" Begin illustrated tutorial: What Is It? --> Oribotics - the art/science of robotic origami » Computational Origami links April 3, 2006 on 11:38 pm | In References | From a recent post on the Origami list, I have gathered some links to related origami/computation projects that exist on the web, in no particular order. Josh Nimoy’s Virtual John Szinger’s Foldinator Jerome Gout’s Open Source Jun Mitani’s
Gabriel Vong's Ori-Scope (Diagrams) In this section , the diagrams mainly come from free resources on the internet. They are specially selected and sorted into three levels of difficulty. On each page , just click on [download] under each small picture to reach the relevant page which provides the diagram or simply start the direct download. Or you can click on [video] to watch the teaching tutorial online. NB : The picture with a frame outside indicates that the folding shown on the photo is not folded by me. Note : The servers to which some of the links are pointing may undergo routine maintenance or the original path has been modified , which may cause certain links to become temporarily or permanently invlaid.
Blog « berniepeyton.com berniepeyton.com Last fall I was invited to be a guest at a convention in Israel hosted by OASIS, a newly formed group headed by Ilan Garibi (Oasis website). I said yes despite the provision that I arrange my own travel. My hosts who included Ilan, Saadya Sternberg, and Boaz Shuval sweetened the deal with offers of […] On Thursdays when I don’t have meetings, I teach origami to the patients at Children’s Hospital and Research Center in Oakland (CHRCO website). The origami is part of an art therapy program, administered by the Child Life Department.
Naked Sea – Spencer Tunick Dead Sea Installation by Ari Fruchter For the past 20 years since I have known Spencer Tunick I have witnessed his art evolve from the streets of New York, across America and to major cities of the world. What started out as individual photographic portraits of nudes in public environments has grown to mass installations involving thousands of active participants. Through his art, Spencer has championed many important causes; from the First Amendment with the historic Court Ruling protecting his installations as art, to Global Warming (Greenpeace – Switzerland & France) and most recently Gay Rights (Sydney Australia). After touching so many people and places around the world, I have embarked on a personal mission to bring Spencer Tunick to Israel. The installation will take place at the Dead Sea - the lowest place on earth and one of the most naturally picturesque spots on our planet.
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Software License The following software systems (Freeform Origami, Origamizer, Rigid Origami Simulator) are proprietary software provided under the following license. The user is allowed to use the software if and only if both of the following conditions are satisfied. Before using the softwere, please contact me in advance. (Non-Commercial Use) The use of the software is non-commercial. (Attribution): The resulting works achieved using the software, e.g., research publications, exhibitions, educational workshops, etc. acknowledge the usage of the software and cite at least one of the following references.
Origami - Artis Bellus This herd of origami elephants is on its way to the ZSL Whipsnade Zoo, in the UK. The Zoo is trying to raise awareness of the plight of elephants by breaking the world record of the most origami elephants made and displayed. The goal is to create a display of 30,000 elephants, one for each Asian elephant left in the wild. Stacy Alexander -LISTEN TO MY ART BEAT!: Vincent Floderer - King of Crimp Models of their paper installations created by Vincent Floderer and the Crimp Team I mentioned Vincent Floderer last week when I wrote the entry about origami artist, Arlene Elizabeth, and was excited to hear back from him this morning giving me permission to use his images to share with you in this entry. Floderer is an artist accustomed to working in a variety of media.