Leonardo da Vinci. The program was created as part of the Arts & Culture division in collaboration with eight countries and 28 different institutions, including the National Gallery of Art, the British Library, and the Veneranda Biblioteca Ambrosiana.
«Inside Leonardo’s Mind» more than ever reflects da Vinci’s artistic and scientific achievements, showcasing his contributions across 1300 pages from his collections of volumes and notebooks. The online database also utilizes the latest advances in artificial intelligence and machine learning to present his teachings in radically new ways, connecting the content of notebooks, establishing thematic connections in time and subject to reflect the spirit of Leonardo’s interdisciplinary imagination,» said a statement from the program’s curator, renowned British historian and professor Martin Kemp.
In total, the online hub includes more than 80 carefully selected exhibits, 15 street views, 17 3D models of his innovative inventions, seven codices, including the Atlantic Codex detailing his mythical quest for flight, and two experiments with artificial intelligence that catapult his legacy into a modern perspective.
«Through his innovative work in art, science, and innovation, Leonardo da Vinci expanded the boundaries of our understanding and possibilities,» said Amit Sood, Director and Founder of Google Arts & Culture. «His enduring influence continues to inspire countless professions and disciplines even today.