Pugliaindifesa Historical monuments Leonardo models take virtual flight

Leonardo models take virtual flight

Leonardo models take virtual flight

Google Arts & Culture has partnered with 28 museums, libraries and historic sites with collections of Leonardo da Vinci’s work to create an online hub dedicated to the art, inventions and writings of the great Renaissance polymath. Inside the genius mind This is the largest online retrospective of Leonardo’s work ever compiled from over 3,000 high-resolution scanned drawings on 1,300 pages of Leonardo’s notebooks. His sketches, architectural designs, anatomical studies, weapon systems, aircraft and more, many of which have never been made available online before, have been digitized and uploaded to the portal.

The online center offers visitors a traditional route through the history of Leonardo. you can read it biographyexamine it individual pictures in high resolution with extensive annotations and study notebooks. You can also learn more about his life and work by visiting Library of Leonardoreviewing categories of knowledge (architecture, anatomy), specific codes and miscellaneous subjects in their outlines and types of inventions.

One of the world’s leading experts on the work of Leonardo da Vinci, Oxford University art historian Martin Kemp, has been brought in to help curate the portal, along with a team of curators that includes a machine learning element. This team of curators has divided Leonardo’s notebooks into five themes—Secrets of Flight, Spirals, Earth as a Body, Perpetual Motion, and Destruction—to allow users to navigate through his ideas and creative processes in the same unorthodox way. which Leonardo himself used when he wrote them.

My favorite section 10 inventions of Leonardo in 3D. Seeing the models created from his notebooks has always been a highlight of museum exhibitions dedicated to the genius of Leonardo. I’m excited to see his ideas and sketches turn into realistic 3D animations. A leocopter, held in one hand by his colossal bronze statue at the entrance to Rome’s Fiumicino airport, and an armored tank are both caught in the frame.

3D animated model of Leonardo da Vinci's flying machine.

Related Post