Ray Schamp

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    Ray Schamp integrates his interests in mathematics, science, and art through his work with origami corrugations. Corrugations are pleated paper sculptures, distinct from other forms of origami because the entire sheet of paper is displayed partially unfolded, with every crease visible in the final model. Recently Ray has been exploring digital design and fabrication as a way to expand his origami practice to wood, 3D printing and other materials. When not folding, he is at the MIT Media Lab as the engineering lead for Scratch, a visual programming language and online community for children.