Paper by Martin L. Demaine

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

Abstract:
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.

Comments:
This paper is available from J-STAGE.

Length:
The invited paper is 5 pages.

Availability:
The invited paper is available in PDF (1052k).
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Related webpages:
Mathematical and Puzzle Fonts/Typefaces


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Last updated May 13, 2021 by Martin Demaine.