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Designed for Origami aficionados, Origami Editor 3D can provide assistance in learning the art of folding paper. As its name implies, its purpose is to provide a simple way to work with virtual paper pieces in order to create simple to complex Origami and view them in 3D.
Created with simplicity in mind, the application does not even require installation. Provided you have Java installed on your computer, simply double click on the setup file to launch it.
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Its straightforward interface makes it very intuitive and the popup usage instructions enable you to get accustomed with it in no time. Origami Editor 3D can open square, A4, hexagonal and dollar bill-shaped origami papers, enabling you to draw folding lines using the mouse only. The Origami paper can be rotated by dragging it into the desired direction.
Once a folding line is placed, you can perform reflection or rotation folding using the right mouse click or the mouse scroll, respectively.
The application displays the generated crease pattern right next to the 3D view of your Origami, updating it in real time, as you make modifications. You can place anchors onto the crease patterns, which automatically appear in the 3D view as well.
By default, Origami Editor 3D Serial is configured to work with plain paper, but you can also change the paper texture, color or use an image on your computer. Generated Origami can be easily saved as ORI or OpenCTM 3D files. Furthermore, the application can quickly generate a PDF document containing images and folding instructions.
Origami Editor 3D is capable of reproducing operations specific to the Yoshizawa-Randlett system and supports Neusis construction. It allows those who like Origami to create new objects without wasting paper and then share their projects by creating detailed instruction manuals in PDF format.
While there are a few examples provided by the developer, what would really add to its value is a collection of folding instructions integrated within the application, which would greatly serve to beginners who want to learn about how Origami figures are built.