By Jun Maekawa

Jun Maekawa, who studied physics, is credited with constructing a brand new origami technique in line with basic geometric styles. His insights into the relationship among arithmetic and origami are summed up within the Maekawa Theorem. he's a main councilor of the Japan Origami organization and govt supervisor and engineer for a software program corporation generating medical engineering calculations.

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