Aerodynamics Explained by a World Record Paper Airplane Designer | Level Up | WIRED

John Collins, origami enthusiast and paper airplane savant, walks us through all the science behind five spectacular paper airplanes. Most people know how to fold a simple plane, but paper airplanes can take as much from science as the newest car designs.

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