MIT Geeks Create an Origami Thanksgiving

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The MIT Origami Club crafted Thanksgiving-themed paper sculptures. Image: Dominick Reuter

In theory, Origami is simple: Take a sheet of paper, follow the dotted lines and without the use of scissors or glue, you’ve got a paper crane. It stands to reason that if you’re good at following instructions, you’re good at origami. And that’s true—anyone can fold their way to a simple paper crane. But truly grasping the geometric complexities of that crane? That’s actually pretty brainy stuff.

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