This is What Happens When Engineers Play Paper Airplane

The engineers at Neopost, a company that manufactures postal meter and mailroom equipment, put their expertise to good use by creating a machine that automates the folding of paper airplanes.

It takes about three seconds for the automatic paper airplane folder (for lack of a better term) to convert a plain sheet of paper into a fully functional, flying paper airplane. The machine-precision extends even to the flying: every airplane flies along the same flight path into a cardboard box a few feet away.

Paperless office would have to wait for a few more years thanks to this bit of office fun!

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