Why the Future of Tech is in Origami (Space Development, Batteries, Humans)

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by Kivi

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08.28.2020



How is origami helping build the future. You can see origami tech being invested into and used in space development – from star shades to satellites.

Origami is also being used in biological advancements – from ingestible robots that can remove batteries, to creating new organs. And could origami create robots that morph from one kind of robot to another – creating a more sci-fi like world.

Origami engineering books by Robert Lang (affiliate links):
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Research Team

I am working with a small research team that helps me create these new videos.

There is:
• A brain to computer PhD researcher
• A robotics engineer who has done work with NASA
• And a biomedical engineer who has managed experiments on the International Space Station for NASA and Lockheed Martin .
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Other topics covered in this video include:
• The history of origami, and how it was first used in space
• How using a much larger space rocket, such as SpaceX’s starship, along with advanced origami folding techniques will allow for much larger structures in space
• The benefits of origami techniques in advanced development
• The different ways it is being used in to create foldable robotics – from creating artificial muscles, to lightweight lifters for drones
• How an paper battery was made using the paper folding technique
• And other biological origami tech – such as nanorobots that can deliver medicine inside of us.

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