In 1999, I became interested in a family of origami modulars composed of interwoven polygonal frames and/or polyhedral skeletons. This page describes the analysis.

Since 1989, there have been several highly successful international scientific conferences exploring the interactions between origami, mathematics, science, and (since 2001) education.

The seven Huzita-Justin operations allow the construction of solutions to arbitrary equations up to degree 4: quadratics, cubics, and quarticsâ€”but no higher. Allowing multiple simultaneous alignments permits the solution of higher-order equations; one example is this angle quintisection (division into 5ths).