Robby Kraft – a mathematician, physicist, and computer scientist – has been folding origami since he was 6. In a union of technology and art/craft, he has taught origamiprototyping software at the convention in New York, folded load-bearing expandable furniture, and discovered one of the few truly infinitely repeating origami fractals. His research includes: rigid-body folding, parametric design, nanoscale self-assembling DNA origami, and designs for outer space satellite panel packing and unfolding. During 2015, Kraft folded one origami figure each day, highlighting some of the best and most challenging pieces in the world.

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