This picture is an attempt to replicate the folding paper work of Jie Qi at the High-Low Tech Lab at MIT. Jei Qi’s example of this is called input/output paper with the website: http://technolojie.com/inputoutput-paper/ and http://fab.cba.mit.edu/classes/MIT/863.10/people/jie.qi/flexinol_intro.html. For this product, 0.75 mm diameter Nitinol wire was used which is in the Martensitic phase at room temperature and has a Austenite finish temperature around 60 C. From this initial attempt the main idea learned was the gauge length of the wire is important for paper applications. Jei Qi uses a material called Flexinol whose diameter is 0.1524 mm, which is significantly lower than the previously used Nitinol. A video of the paper unfolding can be seen at: http://youtu.be/Z7m6Y8dL0jo.