A computational tool based on an additive approach and linear algebra has been developed together with a fabrication strategy for the systematic exploration of rigid-deployable, compact and reconfigurable kirigami patterns.
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Corigliano, A. Discovering kirigami patterns. Nat Comput Sci 3, 368–369 (2023). https://doi.org/10.1038/s43588-023-00452-z