As far as I can see there is no software released, or any real-life application but the technology will probably find its way to the market and users in some form.
As 3D printers become affordable and ubiquitous, they are also becoming smaller, placing severe constraints on the scale of objects we can create. Hyperform is an investigation into folding as a computational design strategy for compressing large scale objects into the small volume of desktop 3D printers.
Hyperform was developed by:
Marcelo Coelho (http://www.cmarcelo.com)
Skylar Tibbits (http://sjet.us/)
Formlabs, Inc (http://formlabs.com/)
Support by: Ars Electronica and [The Next Idea] Voestalpine Art and Technology Grant