This project is a foldable origami fiber composite surface. It can fold flat for easy packing and transport and is relatively lightweight. As a collaborative project our team developed a responsive textile by embedding conductive and resistive yarns into a fiberglass knit to initiate a responsive project. Our innovation resides in the introduction of simple electronic components to make a computational or smart-textile. We embedded conductive thread to carry current up a length of vector-ply knit that could then carry an electronic signal to a series of LEDs sewn onto the front side of our origami project. These LEDs were connected to a photocell that turned the LEDs on and off according to the level of light. In bright daylight the LEDs are off and as evening arrives the LEDs are on.