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"Umbrella method without tools" wind screen, which is also a measure against the cold, is on sale

 
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    Folding

    Folding(Folding,British: Folding, Collapsible) Is the act of folding and folding.ToolsIn such cases, it may be called "foldable (foldable)".

    Folding refers to the act of dividing a continuous object into several parts and bending the connection part of each part while keeping it continuous to reduce the overall length.The part other than the folding position is deformed as a whole without changing its shape.You can restore it to its original shape by stretching the broken part.

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    A typical use of folding is to attach a mechanism to fold things that are too large as they are to make them smaller.Putting it together in a small size has both convenience of transportation and carrying, and ease of storage.[1].

    folding umbrella,foldingCane,Travel guitarOne type of is an improved convenience when carrying it.VehicleBut many have been developed for the same purpose. The popular bicycle "Invented in 1979"Brompton"Kick scooter"Razor", small sizeairplaneof"ICON A5'[Note 1]な ど[2].Folding type kayakAlso, traditional JapaneseorigamiAn application of the method (which is said to have developed in the 17th century) has appeared.[3].Imperial Japanese ArmyThen.Ninety-five folding boatThere was also a two-piece assembly type boat.stroller,wheelchairEtc. on the seatClothSome of them are folded by using.

    On the other handア コ ー デ ィ オ ン カ ー テ ンSince transportation is not usually considered, it is thought that the purpose is to make the storage compact.

    bellows"Expandable tubular structure" using such as may be included as "folding design" in the industrial world.[4]..Even in kitchen utensilssiliconIn some cases, soft materials such as are used to facilitate folding.[4].. In recent yearsSpace developmentSuch asengineeringIt is said that folding has become an important position in[5]..In addition, research presentations as mathematical models have also appeared.[6].

    Japan

    It has been pointed out that the Japanese folding culture is to "spread wide and fold small".[7]..every daybedding(futon) AndkimonoFrom the history of folding and storing (putting in and out), "Culture of folding (culture of wrapping, culture of folding)[8]) ”Is sometimes used[9][10]. other,Skirt,Furoshiki[Note 2],mosquito net,Three-sided mirror,Chabudai,Fan,folding screen[Note 3]Etc. may be given as an example[11][12].

    As one of the factors of development, the settlement was remarkable because it had no history of nomadic culture.[9]There is also a theory that the living environment was narrow.[12]..There is also a view that it is a Japanese behavior to "finish the act by folding" such as the kimono and laundry mentioned above.[13].origamiHowever, basically, the shape is made by deforming by folding.

    Edo PeriodIs made of woodpillow[14][15]AndHisashige TanakaIs said to have inventedTravel"Pocket" used for home visits by doctors and doctorsCandlestickSome of them become flat when folded.[16][17].

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    1. ^ Folding wingsAircraft carrierIt is said that it is also the mechanism used in the carrier-based aircraft. (Light plane equipped with folding wings announced by a US venture company --BusinessNewsline)
    2. ^ Until around 1980FuroshikiThere was a general recognition that it was unique to Japan, but after that it became widespread that it was "used in many countries." (12th Exhibition "Furoshiki Exhibition in the World" part.1 --Miyai Furoshiki / Kaisa Gallery)
    3. ^ folding screen TheChugokuThe oldest one isSillaIt is said that it was introduced to Japan from.
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    1. ^ "Thing magazineNo.438 (World photo press, 2001 10-16) p.117-123 Folding Aesthetics Tatamism (Sentence / Masaya Yamamoto)
    2. ^ CNN.co.jp: Kayak development with "origami" hints, convenient storage and easy to carry-(2/2)
    3. ^ CNN.co.jp: Photo Feature: See Folding Kayaks and Airplanes-(1/9)
    4. ^ a b The "skill" of traditional origami!Folding design method for bent cylinders p.2-3 - Meiji University Advanced Mathematical Science Institute (MIMS)
    5. ^ "Design Encyclopedia of Shapes and Functions" (Maruzen Publishing, January 2011) p.1 Structure
    6. ^ [Applied mathematics] A compact mathematical model that can explain the folding of objects --Nature Publishing Group, December 2012, 12
    7. ^ Japanese folding culture --Corporate culture magazine "Epta"(Hinoki new drug) Vol.64 November 2013.11 [Snow issue]
    8. ^ Kasumi culture and light culture - Chiba UniversityBulletin of Faculty of Education Vol. 54
    9. ^ a b History of origami --Tokyo Origami Museum
    10. ^ December!Storage technique (Japanese culture researcher Yasuko Miura) --YAMAZEN BOOK
    11. ^ Folding storage, folding culture --- Life diary of a small house (Kazue Ohira) --asahi.com (Asahi Shimbun), May 2009, 10
    12. ^ a b Radar No.642 "Folding" culture --Credit Exchange Nagoya Headquarters, October 2013
    13. ^ "THE NIKKEI MAGAZINENo.94 (Nihon Keizai ShimbunSunday Part 2, February 2011, 2) p.20-17 Special Feature Folding-Activities to snuggle up to the four seasons (Kazuo Shinie, Junyo Shiosaka, etc.)
    14. ^ Pillow Story vol.2 Travel and Pillow -
    15. ^ Pillow Museum --Fuji Bed Industry Co., Ltd.
    16. ^ Land of Pioneers Toshiba Corporation Hisashige Tanaka --IR Magazine 2005 Summer Issue Vol.70 Nomura Investor Relations
    17. ^ Catalog / INAX BOOKLET "Mobile Phone Form"(1993) p.50-51 Edo Travel Tools

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