“Leonardo3 – The world of Leonardo” at the Leonardo3 Museum in Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II hosts over 200 interactive 3D machines and physical reconstructions of Leonardo’s machinery. These are models created from accurate studies of sources such as Leonardo’s original Manuscript B, the Codex on Flight and the Codex Atlanticus.
The featured creatins – several of which are world premieres – are interactive versions that can be used by audiences of all ages and include the Macchina Volante di Milano, the Grande Nibbio, the Clavi-Viola, an innovative musical instrument, the Organo Continuo, the first functioning prototype of the incredible “car” designed by Leonardo, his famous Leone Meccanico, a digital restoration of the Last Supper as well as a number of avant-garde interactive multi-media experiences.

Thanks to state-of-the-art touch screens visitors can “turn the pages” of digital reproductions of the maestro’s manuscripts, including the complete edition of the famous Codex Atlanticus, as well as tapping into fully interactive 3D experiences such as “Leonardo a Milano” and “Il Monumento Sforza”, dedicated to the equestrian monument project. Also well worth a visit are the digital restorations of the Last Supper and the Mona Lisa.

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