Origami crease patterns, plans containing intersecting lines, symmetries, and spatial subdivisions, are mnemonic guides of encoded information used to create complex origami forms. The patterns created using partially personalised syntaxes, might also be seen as algorithms.
This is a WIP/first project for the online Coursera course, “Creative Programming for Digital Media & Mobile Apps,” which is run by several professors at Goldsmiths University of London. More info on the vimeo page (and by that I mean info about my code bugs and mishaps).
I’ve signed up for many online courses before, but this one has been my favorite so far, followed closely by the Future Learn “Creative Coding” Course through Monash University. If you’re interested in this sort of thing, those are two courses worth checking out.
Nice work. For followers: Future Learn is finishing up this week. Both of the courses mentioned here are full of interesting resources. Sign up to check them out.