Kawasaki Toshikazu

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Kawasaki Toshikazu



Оригинал имени:
Кавасаки Тосиказу

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Дата рождения:
26 ноября 1955
Место рождения:
Kurume, Fukuoka


Гражданство:
Япония

Профессия:
матемаитик
Место работы:
Sasebo Technical Junior College







Книги в каталоге:

  Год
Origami Dream World 2001
Origami Dream World FA 2003
Roses, origami & math 2005

Публикации:

  Год
A Arte dos Mestres de Origami 1997
OUSA-2011 2011
TC-02 1996
TC-03 1997
TC-04 1998
TC-05 1999
TC-06 2000
TC-10 2004
TC-11 2005
TC-16 2010
TC-17 2011
TC-19 2013
TM-057 1999
TM-110 2008
TM-122 2010
TM-124 2010
TM-126 2011
TM-128 2011
TM-131 2012
TM-134 2012
TM-137 2013
TM-139 2013
The Fold-005 2011


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Toshikazu Kawasaki (川崎敏和 - born November 26, 1955 in Kurume, Fukuoka) is a Japanese origami paperfolder and origami theorist who is known for his geometrically innovative models. He is particularly famous for his series of fourfold symmetry "roses", all based on a twisting maneuver that allows the petals to seem to curl out from the center of the flower. Kawasaki also teaches Mathematics at Sasebo Technical Junior College.

Kawasaki is responsible for some very interesting theories, mathematically speaking. He was the first to develop the technique of iso-area folding, which allows the folder to end up with each side of the paper displayed in equal amounts. It consists of building a mirror-symmetrical crease pattern and then collapsing it to find a finished form, usually a geometric shape such as a cube. He also discovered and proved that with any given flat point in an origami model, the sum of alternating angles is always equal to 180 degrees. Iso-area origami is also common in Jeremy Shafer's and Chris Palmer's designs.

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