It is not often possible to meet polyhedra outside of math textbooks. And if such geometric shapes as a cube, a prism and a cylinder are found on a daily basis, then the Truncated Octahedron and the Small Stellated Dodecahedron are simply not found. The creators of the computer game Color Bump 3D built all the action around geometric solids, including using stellated polyhedra.
Why paper? Sometimes you hear the question: “Why did you choose such material as paper (or more precisely, design cardboard) to assemble polyhedrons? This is not the most durable material. " So. Why paper? Or how to make paper harder?