kumarvvr 25 days ago [-]
Here is a link to the actual paper. The original post asks for a subscription to see the paper.

https://arxiv.org/pdf/1812.08644.pdf

edit: Grammar.

maaaats 25 days ago [-]
This link is a better intro than the linked abstract (contains a gif explaining the concept) https://m.phys.org/news/2019-08-mathematical-framework-sheet...
pacala 25 days ago [-]
Slightly better. The text promises "allow it to morph into 3D shapes", whereas the gifs only show fairly trivial 2D morphing. What one would imagine is "take a sheet of paper and turn it into a 3D flower", but what we get is "take a sheet of paper and turn it into a deformed grid".
dang 24 days ago [-]
Ok, we've changed to that from https://www.nature.com/articles/s41563-019-0452-y. Thanks!
maaaats 25 days ago [-]
To add, we discussed this at work this week, and someone tried cutting the example on our laser printer. Broke when trying to expand it, though.
el_dudte 24 days ago [-]
What material?