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Mathematician and origami expert Tom Hull created this pleated multi-sliced cone from paper, never before accomplished since Robert Lang designed it via computer.
Origami Kids has both the pattern and the final result, which Hull recommends attempting with high-quality origami paper.
Hull is highly regarded in the fields of math and origami for creating PHIZZ unit (pentagon-hexagon zig-zag).
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