A few of the following dissections where already shown or described on the webpage of the book Dissections Plane & Fancy, - but those informations where only viewable for a short time, which is one of the reasons why I decided to post my own webpage. Another reason is that there is a new book on the market that specializes on hinged dissections. Lecture Hinged Dissections MIT OpenCourseWare. Loading Unsubscribe from MIT OpenCourseWare? Cancel Unsubscribe. Working Subscribe Subscribed Unsubscribe M. A piano hinge is "a long narrow hinge with a pin running the entire length of its joint." So, unlike regular hinged dissections, which swing or twist (around single point of hinge), piano-hinged dissections fold along an edge. The book discusses the history, methods, and variations of these : Greg N. Frederickson. This doesn't really explain much, just gives some more examples, especially of combining unequal but similar shapes that have been turned into hinged dissections. But it does mention a book on the topic that would be worth looking into.

A hinged dissection is a dissection where the pieces are hinged at vertices and the reassembling is achieved by rotating the pieces about their hinges in the plane of the polygons. Origin, [Fre02, p. 3]. Status/Conjectures Now settled: Hinged dissections exist. Update to . Dissections: Plane & Fancy, Greg Frederickson's dissection book. Greg also has a list of more links to geometric dissections on the web. The equivalence of two face-centered icosahedral tilings with respect to local derivability, J. Phys. A26 () As seen in the book 'Hinged Dissections: Swinging and Twisting', page , by Greg N. Frederickson, Anton Hannegraf found a symmetrical dissection of a . Doing a google print search for "origami tessellations" gives me this book: Hinged Dissections: Swinging and Twisting, by Greg N. Frederickson of Purdue University in Indiana. I can honestly say I would never have found this book if it was not indexed in Google Print. that seems like a huge plus for them, especially since this is exactly the sort of "long tail" money making scheme that google.

The Big, Big, Big Book of Brainteasers: by The Grabarchuk Family It's our newest printed puzzle book officially released by Puzzlewright / Sterling Publishing Co., Inc. on September 6, This is a colorful collection of our puzzles in a wide variety of puzzle types, designed to appeal to all levels of puzzlers, from the novice to the experienced solver. •Millimeter-scale “self-working” 2D hinged polygons [Mao, Thalladi, Wolfe, Whitesides, Whitesides ] 1cm [Mao, Thalladi, Wolfe, Whitesides, WhitesidesFile Size: 3MB.