Here's some of the real origami, and it has nothing to do with ultramobile PCs, either. This resourceful student at NYU shows us her origami musical instrument for her graduation project for the interactive telecommunications program's Spring Show 2007. Using origami folding to trigger musical samples of human voices, the hypnotic result speaks for itself.
Folding Tunes: Origami as Musical Instrument
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