Unfolding origami's secrets

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Robert J. Lang says origami is like music. If that's so, he writes its symphonies. Lang, who comes to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology this week to give a series of lectures and workshops on the art and theory of origami, combines a firm grounding in mathematics with a refined aesthetic sense to create dazzling, elegant works out of a single sheet of paper: a swooping owl, a horned beetle, a stunningly detailed fish complete with scales.

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