Travel Channel China
Travel Channel China put together a short presentation of my work in their episode “Go As Far As You Can,” which aired in January 2019. My work starts at about 19:00. (Needs the Adobe Flash plugin to view.)See Full Story
6 ways the ancient art of origami is bringing us the future
Edd Gent at NBC News writes about six cool applications of origami (some of which I had a hand in).See Full Story
Chinese game show “Superbrain” features origami [in Chinese]
In March 2018 I was invited to Nanjing, China, to be one of the “course-setters” for a Chinese game show, “Superbrain”, in which two teams of contestants compete in various types of mental challenge, and the one I was involved in required examining origami crease patterns with spots on them and estimating how many of the spots would be visible on the outside of the folded model.
You have to wait through out 45 seconds of commercials to get to the show. The origami stuff starts showing up at about 40:00 in.See Full Story
A short interview put together by Sinovision (with Chinese subtitles).See Full Story
PBS NOVA: “The Origami Revolution”
PBS’s landmark series NOVA devoted an entire episode to the applications of origami in science, engineering, and technology. Based on the French/German documentary, “The Origami Code.”See Full Story
Students use ancient art of origami to innovate
KSL (the local NBC affiliate in Salt Lake City) ran a story on the origami work at BYU, where I do some consulting/collaboration.See Full Story
Systm: Insane Origami
An internet TV interview on technical design, laser scribing, and satellites in origami.
2018-08-07: It’s gone. Link below leads to the Wayback Machine cache.See Archived Story
KGO ABC 7 News, “Taking origami into the future” [video]
A short interview that shows some of my laser-scribed origami figures.See Full Story
CNN, “Science of origami”
A 4-minute interview with Kristie Lu Stout about how I use mathematical principles in origami design.
2018-08-07: It’s gone.
CBS News Sunday Morning
This links to a video segment that CBS produced on a visit to my studio and to the Mingei Museum in San Diego, where I folded a monumental dragon.See Full Story
Interview with Origami Master Robert Lang [in German]
An interview I did with the German TV station NZZ. I’m speaking in English, but the voiceover is German.See Full Story
A TV appearance I made for a local PBS station, on a program hosted by Sydnie Kohara. There’s a link to streaming video of the show.