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Origami based engineering; Magnificent combination of science and art (Persian subtitles)

Did you know how much the medical and aerospace industries owe their progress to Origami or paper art? Origami dates back to at least 400 years ago in Japan. In ancient Japan, Origami was purely decorative, and things that could be made by folding it with paper were very limited. Many robotic medical devices, police bulletproof vests, and even some space agency structures are based on origami. Watch our video to learn more about the wonders of this original paper art.

[Persian subtitles for this video by Amir Nikro, author of BingMag Meg]

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