Explore how a centuries old ancient Japanese art form is being used in the most cutting edge scientific projects of the 21st century. How, a humble paper crane, swan or dragon has inspired engineers to create tiny self assembling robots to gigantic space structures.

ACM ITYUKTA presents to you, an article by Ayush Sharan which provides you with an insight on how Origami is inspiring the Engineers of today.

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