Photograph by Bryan Edwards


Origami, the ancient art of paper folding, also shows up in modern science and engineering. By turning a two-dimensional sheet into a 3-D product, as origami artists do, engineers can make more-versatile versions of devices like space mirrors and heart stents. The same techniques can also be used to create inexpensive robots.

This robot can be made in 5 hours and for 55$ only! The creator of a project, Ankur Mehta, was trying to make it as comfortable and easy as can be for makers. You just should print a template, cut and fold to make a robot's form and, sure, deal with electronics. It will be a great experience for those who like an Origami or have a limited budget! 

The tutorial you can find here. Wish you luck!