Submitted by Sara on 17 October 2007 - 5:50pm Designer: Fuse, TomokoFolder: Adams, SaraDiagrams in the book: Origami for the ConnoisseurDifficulty Level: SimpleModel type: Action models3 unitsPaper ratio: Square Comments Submitted by nishant (not verified) on 23 October 2007 - 4:28am Permalink rotating tetrahedron could you please post a video showing how to make this model? thanks reply Submitted by Sara on 23 October 2007 - 11:39am Permalink Absolutely Yes, it's definitely a model I want to make a video on - this year, if possible. I'll have to look into contacting Tomoko first, though. reply Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on 11 May 2013 - 3:39am Permalink do you have a vido on how to do you have a vido on how to make a Rotating Tetrahedron (Tomoko Fuse) reply Submitted by Renee (not verified) on 5 January 2008 - 7:59am Permalink video Hi ! I was wondering if the video is coming..... Thanks reply Submitted by Sara on 7 January 2008 - 7:01pm Permalink Not heard back yet Unfortunately, Tomoko hasn't answered my request thus far. reply Submitted by Reversearp (not verified) on 21 October 2008 - 10:12pm Permalink The "4th" picture Hey- thanks for your contribution to Origami. On pages 16 and 17 of Origami for the Connoisseur, Tomoko shows 4 pictures of the rotation. Your picture above shows the three that I see as well in my model, but I can't get my model to rotate into that 4th one (the one on the lower left in the book). There must be something I'm not seeing. Help? reply Submitted by Sara on 22 October 2008 - 1:59am Permalink 4 stages When you twist the model round, you have 4 stages. In the book, a model with different patterns is displayed, so the stages are very obvious. If you don't have patterns try starting with the stage where you have a parting visible (not shown in the picture). Twist - that's one stage, twist again, next stage, twist again, final stage, twist - and you'll see the parting from the beginning again. reply Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on 17 October 2009 - 10:30am Permalink contact Why do you always contact the designer to make a video on their model. Instead you can directly do a video reply Submitted by Sara on 17 October 2009 - 11:26am Permalink Getting permission I contact designers mostly out of respect. It is their creation, and in my opinion they have the right to decide whether others teach their models. Some designers (partly) live from book sales, or they may have other reasons for not wanting others to distribute the folding of their models. Another reason is that (at least in some countries) making such videos without permission infringes copyright law, i.e. it is illegal. I can't tell you exactly where it's illegal or not, and long discussions have taken place on it within the origami community. But the first reason (respect) is sufficient in itself to warrant getting permission first, so I don't plan to dive deep into the copyright restrictions. Hope this clarifies it a bit, -- Sara reply Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on 18 October 2009 - 2:49pm Permalink so So have you contacted the designer for this model? Did hre reply reply Submitted by Sara on 24 October 2009 - 6:10am Permalink Not tried yet No, I haven't contacted Tomoko Fuse yet, so she hasn't had the chance to reply yet. -- Sara reply Add new comment Your name Subject Comment * More information about text formats Text format Plain textFiltered HTML Plain textNo HTML tags allowed.Web page addresses and e-mail addresses turn into links automatically.Lines and paragraphs break automatically.Filtered HTMLWeb page addresses and e-mail addresses turn into links automatically.Allowed HTML tags: <a> <em> <strong> <cite> <code> <ul> <ol> <li> <dl> <dt> <dd> <strike> <h2> <h3>Lines and paragraphs break automatically.