Leonardo da Vinci's Visionary Notebooks Now Online: Browse 570 Digitized Pages | Open Culture

lkfitz's bookmarks 2017-07-25


"The digitized notebooks debuted in 2007 as a joint project of the British Library and Microsoft called 'Turning the Pages 2.0,' an interactive feature that allows viewers to 'turn' the pages of the notebooks with animations. Onscreen glosses explain the content of the cryptic notes surrounding the many technical drawings, diagrams, and schematics (see a selection of the notebooks in this animated format here). For an overwhelming amount of Leonardo, you can look through 570 digitized pages of Codex Arundel here. For a slightly more digestible, and readable, amount of Leonardo, see the British Library’s brief series on his life and work, including explanations of his diving apparatus, parachute, and glider."



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Date tagged:

07/25/2017, 19:22

Date published:

07/25/2017, 05:41