Curved-crease origami design is a novel area of research with applications in fields such as architecture, design, engineering, and fabrication ranging between micro and macro scales. However, the design of such models is still a difficult task which requires preserving isometry between the 3D form and 2D unfolded state. This paper introduces a new software tool for Rhino/Grasshopper for interactive computational curved-crease origami design. Using a rule-line based approach, this tool has two functions: rigid-ruling bending of a flat sheet, and a patch-by-patch additive construction method for cylindrical and conical surfaces along curved creases.

Lotus: A curved folding design tool for Grasshopper / Klara Mundilova, Erik Demaine, Riccardo Foschi, Robby Kraft, Rupert Maleczek, Tomohiro Tachi. - STAMPA. - (2022), pp. 194-203. (Intervento presentato al convegno ACADIA 2021: Realignments: Toward Critical Computation tenutosi a Virtual nel 3-6 November, 2021).

Lotus: A curved folding design tool for Grasshopper

Riccardo Foschi
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2022

Abstract

Curved-crease origami design is a novel area of research with applications in fields such as architecture, design, engineering, and fabrication ranging between micro and macro scales. However, the design of such models is still a difficult task which requires preserving isometry between the 3D form and 2D unfolded state. This paper introduces a new software tool for Rhino/Grasshopper for interactive computational curved-crease origami design. Using a rule-line based approach, this tool has two functions: rigid-ruling bending of a flat sheet, and a patch-by-patch additive construction method for cylindrical and conical surfaces along curved creases.
2022
ACADIA 2021 Realignments: Toward Critical Computation: Proceedings of the 41st Annual Conference of the Association for Computer Aided Design in Architecture
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203
Lotus: A curved folding design tool for Grasshopper / Klara Mundilova, Erik Demaine, Riccardo Foschi, Robby Kraft, Rupert Maleczek, Tomohiro Tachi. - STAMPA. - (2022), pp. 194-203. (Intervento presentato al convegno ACADIA 2021: Realignments: Toward Critical Computation tenutosi a Virtual nel 3-6 November, 2021).
Klara Mundilova, Erik Demaine, Riccardo Foschi, Robby Kraft, Rupert Maleczek, Tomohiro Tachi
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