Origami-inspired multistable structures that can be inflated from flat to three dimensions have been designed; a library of foldable shapes is created and then combined to build metre-scale functional structures.
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  • Apr 21, 2021

Multistable inflatable origami structures at the metre scale - Nature.com

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