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There was not that much information on this site about kirigami. I was interested to learn about it since I was unfamiliar with it, and the ideas of origami seem closely related to it. I spent a few minutes manipulating the wedges and changing the colors of the shapes, but that is as much as you can do. The site is good for those who learn visually because there is not a lot to read. The instructions were brief and not too informative. I think the only way for this to be effective as a teaching and learning tool, is if you try to do kirigami with your own hands.
It was very easy to manipulate the wedges and change the color of the shapes.