My best paper airplane (origami)
In order to make a perfect paper airplane there needs to be precise folds and creases made. The plane needs to be symmetrical which requires the folds and creases to be identical on both sides of the paper airplane. This would likely be considered basic origami. Other objects that can be made with basic origami include a simple box, an envelope and a square picture frame.
If you visit the local library or bookstore and are unsuccessful in finding reading material about money origami or origami in general, you might want to continue your search on the Internet. Because the Internet provides worldwide access to data, you may be able to learn about origami from some of the greatest origami artists.
It has been argued by some people that since paper was invented in China in105AD that logically paper folding must have followed shortly after. On the other hand, since there are no known records of Chinese paper folding and the oldest Japanese records only go back to the 18th century some still believe that the invention must have been Japanese.
Over the years the details and steps required for origami projects have been written down and/or relayed through diagrams. Folding paper may not seem to be very challenging but as the projects advance, origami can in fact be quire complicated and complex. Who uses origami in society today? No doubt there are many people who still do origami simply as a pass-time or hobby.
Open the Cupboard; three valley folds (downward angles) divide the Cupboard into four equal sized strips. Turn the figure over; fold the edges onto the outer lines making two mountain folds. Turn the figure over and refold the Cupboard. Turn the Cupboard over once again and fold the edges into the middle line resulting in two mountain folds (upward angles).
Modern origamists regard their models as designs that deserve recognition, meant to be seen and appreciated. Uchiyama Koko, one of the early modern origamists went so far as to patent his models. Many modern origamists believe that the folding sequences should be viewed as intellectual property. Modern origami holds the creativity of the designers in high regard and has a great appreciation for the folders.