Leonardo da Vinci - inventor, artist, scientist, anatomist, engineer, architect, sculptor and philosopher. Although the master died in 1519, his lasting influence comes to life in the new exhibition “Leonardo da Vinci: the 500th anniversary of the genius»And shows why a Renaissance man remains an inspiration for centuries.
The exhibition consists of 70 Leonardo machine inventions, built using detailed concepts from his famous codes (notebooks), including a helicopter, a plane, a car, a submarine and a military tank.
Also presented is the exclusive project “Secrets of Mona Lisa” - an analysis of the cult painting, conducted in the Louvre by a scientific engineer and photographer Pascal Kott.
The Denver Museum of Nature and Science offers insights into Leonardo’s work through a multisensory cinematographic device using Grande Exhibitions' SENSORY4 technology.