VII International Origami Internet Olympiad

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Re: VII International Origami Internet Olympiad

Postby Pitof » November 7th, 2017, 1:25 pm

Is it possible to know how many people complete the 3 tasks?
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Re: VII International Origami Internet Olympiad

Postby Feanor » November 7th, 2017, 6:24 pm

Pitof wrote:Is it possible to know how many people complete the 3 tasks?

Almost everybody. 301 out of 312.
The tasks were pretty easy. We took it into account.
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Re: VII International Origami Internet Olympiad

Postby anermak » November 8th, 2017, 10:25 am

1 Round is over!
Congratulations to winners!
If you not qualify for the Round 2 We wish you the best of luck next time!
So, we have 153 paticipants, who recieved at least 3 votes (majority decision) of Jury members.
Full jury table and works of winners you can find in the your control panel.

Full list of the winners below:
Code: Select all
Winners of Round 1:
153 participants from 29 countries

-1- Argentina (1)
--Barbara Lis Lux

-2- Austria (1)
--Anna Kastlunger

-3- Belarus (1)
--Angelina Patcevich

-4- Belgium (6)
--Arto Dubuisson
--Christophe MICHEL
--Dewi Brunet
--Naoki Terao
--Samy L
--Simon Marynissen

-5- Brazil (8)
--Anderson BG
--Carla Onishi de Godoy
--Fernando Miranda
--Gustavo Pereira Rosa
--Jairo de Oliveira Araujo
--Joao Vitor dos Santos Mendes
--Pedro Lombardi Rocha
--Yuri Netto

-6- Bulgaria (1)
--Tzvetelina Iltcheva

-7- Canada (2)
--Anita Raj
--Rhenginium

-8- China (33)
--An duo
--Chen Liang
--Daniel Xu
--Deng Jing Sheng
--GUAN SC
--Guo Donglai
--HuanShan Xu
--Huifan
--itgemini
--John leo
--Li QingQuan
--Luo Yuchao
--Michael Lau
--PAN Hang
--Pei Haozheng
--QingLian
--Qiyu Chen
--Shuoran Wen
--Tosummerny
--Xia Yu
--Xinyi Xu
--Xu Tao
--Yanhui Lai
--YH Lai
--Yuntian Gao
--Zephyr Liu
--zhang hao
--zhang hongqin
--Zhang Hongyan
--zhang yuheng
--Zheng Liang Yanzong
--Zhou Zijing
--ziqian huang

-9- Colombia (1)
--Edisson Lagos Sastoque

-10- France (18)
--Adam Gaillet
--alexis degrugillier
--Alizee GLASSER
--Amandine Guerra
--Arthur Michon
--Aude Morelle
--COQUARD Nizier
--Emmanuelle Papazoglou
--Jean-Noel Bettinelli
--Julia Millet
--LE PESSOT
--Mathis Lopez
--Pascal Durrens
--Philippe LANDREIN
--Pierre-andre Buisson
--Quitterie Dumas
--Raphael Maillot
--valerie barriere

-11- Germany (11)
--Alexander Kurth
--Bernd Dicke
--Bodo Haag
--Christine Blasek
--Gregor Mueller
--Jens Kober
--Kerstin Weinl
--Manuela Sikorski
--Nicola Walbrecht
--Simone Ruethers
--Stefan Kober

-12- India (1)
--C Athreya

-13- Indonesia (2)
--Brians Tjipto Meidianto
--Ivan Danny Handoko

-14- Iran (1)
--Kousha yousefi

-15- Israel (2)
--Assaf Kessler
--Tal Ben-Meir

-16- Italy (7)
--Alessandra Lamio
--Alessandro Beber
--Davanzo Adriano
--Fazia Rota
--Federico Van Eeden
--Giuseppe Romeo
--Lorenzo Lucioni

-17- Netherlands (1)
--Midas Baijense

-18- Peru (1)
--Jim Llanos Vargas

-19- Poland (1)
--Pawel Szczepankiewicz

-20- Russia (18)
--Aleksandr Timoshik
--Devisilov Ivan
--Dovydenkov Ivan
--Evgeny Snitko
--Gornov Nikita
--Ivan Okuskov
--Kobzeva Victoria
--Konstantin Skopin
--Mark Shalnev
--Maxim Ivanov
--Maxim Pakhomov
--Moskvin Mikhail
--Nikita Sheptun
--Nikita Vasiliev
--Nikitin Artemy
--Sobolev Vladimir Andreevich
--Vadim Kamnev
--Yaroslaw Turbin

-21- Singapore (1)
--Bartholomew Yeo

-22- Slovakia (1)
--Dasa Severova

-23- South africa (1)
--Shaylin Parbhoo

-24- Spain (18)
--Alejandro Pascual Marquez
--Cristina Aragon Oliva
--Daniel Bermejo Sanchez
--Edu Solano Lumbreras
--FELIX FELIPE MORENO HIGUERAS
--Guillermo Garcia
--Guillermo Rodriguez
--Heliodoro Ibanez Bargues
--ISRAEL FERNANDO LOPEZ POLANCO
--Javier Lopez
--Jesus Artigas
--Jorge Garcia Sancho
--Jose Angel Iranzo Sanz
--Mari Carmen Estella Alvarez
--Pere Olivella Coll
--Rocio Loscos Gil
--Santiago Mielgo Torices
--Victor Martinez Cagigal

-25- Tunisia (1)
--SAADA Mondher

-26- Turkey (1)
--Yusuf Turkmen

-27- Ukraine (5)
--Alexey Zarubin
--Artyom Romenskiy
--Ivan Svatko
--Marchenko Serhii
--Valentina Minayeva

-28- United states of america (6)
--Kevin Hutson
--Marc Thompson
--Matthew Groves
--Ryan Charpentier
--Tony Koppers
--Travis Nolan

-29- Vietnam (2)
--Ha Quy Bao
--Vu Khanh Ly


Best Regards,
IOIO Team
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Re: VII International Origami Internet Olympiad

Postby SandL » November 8th, 2017, 11:59 am

Well, that was disappointing :( better luck next year I guess! Congratulations to the winners.
In science as in origami, make sure your papers are good.
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Re: VII International Origami Internet Olympiad

Postby Razvan Cel Mare » November 8th, 2017, 12:16 pm

That's sad news.. pretty close though. Maybe adding petals on Flower in a heart was cosidered model modify, but its just an crimp and sink instead of pleat fold. Anyway, I loved folding this round models and i like the idea of making 2 rounds. Congratulations for the winners, good luck and inspiration for next round :D
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Re: VII International Origami Internet Olympiad

Postby origami_8 » November 8th, 2017, 6:36 pm

For the ones who managed to get into round two. If you haven't noticed yet, the task book for the second round is now available on the user control panel. I didn't get an E-Mail, so I guess everyone else neither and the time runs.
Congratulations and good luck to everyone who made it.
And for everyone who didn't make it, heads up, there will be another year and another possibility.
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Re: VII International Origami Internet Olympiad

Postby NeverCeaseToCrease » November 9th, 2017, 2:26 am

Feanor wrote:During the Round 2 they will be able to purchase the taskbook for a symbolic price of €1.50 (the usual price for the olympiad taskbooks at origami-shop.com is €7-8).
Good luck, have fun!


Where and when can we buy this book?
Who am I?
https://goo.gl/fTYupv

Gallery of my own designs with some CPs: https://goo.gl/CtdVzv

Another gallery of my efforts at photography: https://goo.gl/dnpg6R
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Re: VII International Origami Internet Olympiad

Postby marsch » November 9th, 2017, 9:57 am

The information is in your control panel:

Dear * *
Sorry, you did not qualify for the Round 2.
But you can buy Round 2 task book containing 13 models via PayPal.
Special price for the participants of Round 1 is €1.5
This offer is valid until the end of the Olympiad (December 31).
Write us to «*@*» if you want to buy the e-book.
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Re: VII International Origami Internet Olympiad

Postby Pitof » November 12th, 2017, 4:55 pm

Is it possible there is an error in the draw of the "Fragile hearts"? Below the second row of hearts, we can see 2 grid units... I have 3 :?:
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Re: VII International Origami Internet Olympiad

Postby Feanor » November 23rd, 2017, 7:46 pm

The deadline for the round 2 has been changed to December 3. Check the updated timer in your profile.
Now you have an additional weekend to fold and photograph.
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Re: VII International Origami Internet Olympiad

Postby ale_beber » November 26th, 2017, 3:44 pm

uhm, I believe there's an error in the Horseshoe Crab diagrams...
The fold line in step 69 is given, but then the corner in step 71 will be higher.. Moreover, the sink folds in step 72 on the same line, will create a small excess tip below the base line.. I open sinked them again, buy later, in steps 78-80, these two corners cannot be folded on the same line, but slightly higher.
Also fold 89 cannot be aligned with the edge from step 69, or it will exceed at the bottom..

How should we deal with this? Change the fold 69 to a different one, allowing all the next lines to line up, or fold all these steps on different lines, and just shape it nicely?

thank you!
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Re: VII International Origami Internet Olympiad

Postby anermak » November 27th, 2017, 8:03 pm

@ale_beber, I can't fully understand what you mean. But if you fold the previous steps correctly your result must should be something like this:
step 68:
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step 70:
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step 71:
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step 73:
Image
step 89:
Image

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Perhaps you are confused by step 79. It's really easy - firstly need to do a small inner open sink, but I do not know how to draw it in a diagram, it should be obvious.
step 79:
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step 81:
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Sorry, I can't write anymore about the folding - it will be a little unfair, to participants who have already fold and upload this model. Perhaps you just should choose a thinner paper.

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Re: VII International Origami Internet Olympiad

Postby Tankoda » November 28th, 2017, 12:03 am

Anermak, may I ask what type of paper that is?
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Re: VII International Origami Internet Olympiad

Postby anermak » November 28th, 2017, 11:40 am

Tankoda wrote:Anermak, may I ask what type of paper that is?

it's usual kraft 20 gr/m'2
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Re: VII International Origami Internet Olympiad

Postby quiet marverick » November 28th, 2017, 1:51 pm

Another question. In task No 13 the Russian Hut. Do we have to fold exactly the CP or do we have to look also on the final model view for the downer part. Because the CP doesn't show we have to fold this down part.

A similar thing for Task No 5 the Cottontop Tamrin. The diagram shows a different version than the original fold by Kunsulu Jilkishiyeva. But the final view in the diagram shows the original version by Kunsulu. So do we have to fold exactly what the diagram steps says or are we also alowed to look at the final view in the diagram to change some color-changing parts for example.

Best wishes and thanks for the Olympiad and your work,
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