Sites directly linked to the Doodle project:
Here are some pointers to sites related to general Origami:
- Vincent Osele's Origami pages (french only)
Si vous ne connaissez
rien a l'Origami, commencez par ces pages, en particulier le
solfège et les bases.
- Joseph Wu's Origami pages
This is the most known Origami
site. There is a lot of things such as history of Origami, pictures,
diagrams. The links pages is very complete. in fact, this is THE
Origami page !
Here are some pointers to other sites related to formal origami
- David Fisher's thesis
describes a language for describing the folding sequences of flat
origami modelds ans program for entering and executing instructions
given in the language." David Fisher
- Oridraw by Marteen Van Gelder
Like Doodle on the principle
- OIL by John S. Smith
OIL is a description language
of folding data-processing making it possible to transmit a folding by
mail or to evaluate the difficulty of a folding well. At the present
time, there is no OIL computer system associated with this
language. The language uses arrows in the place of operator.
Here are some pointers to sites where useful tools can be found:
- Ghostscript, Ghostview and GSview
to display PostScript file (.ps). This tool is ported to several
platforms (Win32, Unix/Linux, OS2 ...).
Ghostscript can also
convert PostScript files (.ps) in Portable Document Format files
The online distiller. Site to convert
PostScript files (.ps) in Portable Document Format files (.pdf).
- PStill by Frank M. Siegert
PStill is a PostScript to
Portable Document Format (.pdf) converter. A lots of platforms are
supported (Windows 95/98/NT 4, MacOS X, HPUX 10.x, SUN Solaris 2.x
(Sparc), SGI IRIX 6.x, Linux 2.x (Intel), FreeBSD (Intel))