Padog is the tool creating papercrafts of four types of polyhedra (tetrahedron, octahedron, geodesic dome and cube) on whose surface DNA oligomers are placed with Gray codes. Gray code is an arrangement of strings where neighboring strings differ to each other by just one Hamming distance. Padog can also read a DNA sequence file and display oligomer frequency map on the surface.
The following images are examples of Padog output. The oligomer frequecy is displayed by using the sequence data of human chromosome I.
The following photo shows the finished goods of the papercraft.