About Haisheng

Bio

Gratuated from Osaka University, Comunicationg Engineering Master. 1. Discoved A4 paper tetrahedrons family Origami. 2. Invented 1.5 Dimensional Bar Code.

Areas of Expertise

Origami, barcode, number string , Design

An idea worth spreading

One piece of A4 paper can be folded (Origami)into the same shape and size 2N tetrahedrons family without cut. I found many kinds of those models。 Very interesting and Exiting。For Fold 2 tetrahedrons there is 3 kinds method and 4 tetrahedrons to 5 kinds, 8 tetrahedrons to 15 kinds。 I found serveral kinds of 16 tetrahedrons folding。

I'm passionate about

Music, Art, Invention, Origami,Puzzle, Design, Midi Compose, Talk

Talk to me about

any thing please!

People don't know I'm good at

Genius Creativity Ability

My TED story

I searched Robert Lang who replied me for my A4 paper tetrahedrons folding Origami and found TED site and joined。 It is “Robert Lang folds way-new origami”。 I like it!http://www.ted.com/talks/lang/eng/robert_lang_folds_way_new_origami.html

Comments & conversations

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Haisheng Liang
Posted about 4 years ago
For sharing a big Origami/Mathematics discovery and let people enjoy this discovery and finding more interesting Origami modle.
Dear Haisheng, Thank you for the further pictures of your work. It is surprising that there is so little origami in China, since China has had paper longer than anyone else! But I imagine with the sweeping changes in society there that they may well be more opportunity in the future for Chinese origami artists, and you will be one of the first, it would seem. Unfortunately, Philip Shen died some years ago. He was one of the pioneers of origami outside of Japan, active in the 1950s through 1970s, and died 10-15 years ago. I had the privilege to meet him once. Many of his origami creations are now considered classics. Interestingly, many of his works were elegant 3-dimensional polyhedral models, and so are somewhat reminiscent of your tetrahedra structures. Not the same, but I think if I showed your work to someone and said, "guess whose models these are," Philip Shen would be among the guesses I would receive. I would encourage you to get involved in some of the international origami community; I think others would enjoy seeing your works, and you could receive inspiration and ideas from some of what people are already doing. Many of the international origami societies publish books and magazines that you might enjoy reading (even with your current level of English, which is quite good), and they could also serve as outlets for you to publish your designs, should you so choose. Of course, OrigamiUSA is a good place: http://www.origami-usa.org . The British Origami Society is also good. Best regards, Robert
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Haisheng Liang
Posted about 4 years ago
Robert Lang: The math and magic of origami
Dear Haisheng, Thank you for the further pictures of your work. It is surprising that there is so little origami in China, since China has had paper longer than anyone else! But I imagine with the sweeping changes in society there that they may well be more opportunity in the future for Chinese origami artists, and you will be one of the first, it would seem. Unfortunately, Philip Shen died some years ago. He was one of the pioneers of origami outside of Japan, active in the 1950s through 1970s, and died 10-15 years ago. I had the privilege to meet him once. Many of his origami creations are now considered classics. Interestingly, many of his works were elegant 3-dimensional polyhedral models, and so are somewhat reminiscent of your tetrahedra structures. Not the same, but I think if I showed your work to someone and said, "guess whose models these are," Philip Shen would be among the guesses I would receive. I would encourage you to get involved in some of the international origami community; I think others would enjoy seeing your works, and you could receive inspiration and ideas from some of what people are already doing. Many of the international origami societies publish books and magazines that you might enjoy reading (even with your current level of English, which is quite good), and they could also serve as outlets for you to publish your designs, should you so choose. Of course, OrigamiUSA is a good place: http://www.origami-usa.org . The British Origami Society is also good. Best regards, Robert