Paper by Martin L. Demaine

Erik D. Demaine and Martin L. Demaine, “Adventures in Maze Folding Art”, Journal of Information Processing, volume 28, 2020, pages 745–749.

Every orthogonal graph, extruded orthogonally from a rectangle, can be folded from a rectangle of paper a constant factor larger. This computational origami result was proved a decade ago, and has since enabled the design of a mathematical/puzzle font and a variety of art prints. Here we survey the maze-folding art prints we have designed.

This paper is available from J-STAGE.

The invited paper is 5 pages.

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Mathematical and Puzzle Fonts/Typefaces

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Last updated May 13, 2021 by Martin Demaine.