Thursday, May 16, 2013

Higher order corrugation of kagome weavers.

The triangle-base pyramids that make up the surfaces of both all-in and in-out korgome baskets, can be "popped in and out" as many times as desired to give a surface with less altitude variation. Here, illustrated with a paper model, are the first and second order corrugations of a kagome weaver. The latter is shown in both all-in and in-out folding.

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