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This topic started yesterday in the "Science and the Arts" Discussion thread, but today's further research about this phenomenal Paper Geometer Mechanical Engineer: Kamikara, revealed that he is an award-winning Paper Engineer with no equal. So I thought that he deserves his own Discussion thread, which I will start with the link to his website, which has several phenomenal videos of his mechanical work and several photographs of his stationary Paper Sculptures, which could become a Discovery Learning Center for some highly advanced Geometry students who would like to learn from the world's best and try their "hands and brains" at attempting to copy some of his creations. (Sometimes GATE students are stuck in a regular High School Geometry Class and this would certainly challenge their curiosity and skills...) http://www.geocities.jp/kamikara1967/paperart.htm sincerely, phineas8888