Da Vinci and the playground of invention

The Science Museum opens a new exhibition Leonardo da Vinci: The Mechanics of Genius highlights of the exhibition include, 39 historical models of LeonardoÕs inventions including flying machines, diving equipment and weapons, Large-scale reproductions of LeonardoÕs famous drawings and sketches, 13 Interactive games and 10 multimedia installations, Modern examples of bio-inspired robotics, aviation and materials technology. The exhibition runs from the 10/Feb/16 to 04/Sept/16. Image shows: Parachute and Aerial Screw
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