exhibition dedicated to the universal
genius of Leonardo Da Vinci,
in the heart of Florence and
with different traveling all
over the world, the Museum of
Leonardo da Vinci offers each
visitor a unique experience where
the sensory perception and knowledge
of "Leonardo" marry,
giving visitors the sensation
to be immersed in a history of
A point of reference for visitors as educational, a tool cognitive complete, the museum Leonardo da Vinci in Florence contains the actual machine codes drawn from Leonardo.
An impressive and unusual work, executed with detail by the staff of the WMA World wide Museum Activities that have worked to achieve real machines, all running, large and made of special cases: The machines, which can never be defined only "models" are made entirely of wood and this has required the commitment of both sophisticated technology is of particular human skills.
The museum is an exhibition cur well-studied in great detail where the interactivity of the machines plays key role.
This exhibit allows children to operate the rotating crane model as well as other models of Da Vinci's inventions (about half are roped off as display only).
THE FIVE SECTIONS OF THE MUSEUM
Leonardo's codexes the machine
showing the principles: motion
tranformation, loking system,
flyweel, worm screw, ball bearer,
eccentric cam, etc.
machines: the printig machines,
the revolving crane, the oil press,
the automaton, the rolling mill,
the odometer, the theatrical machine,
the fantastic animal, etc.
modern and in use today are the
machines ispired to water: the
hydraulic saw, the Archimedean
scew, the water floats, the webbed
In this section:
Leonardo's parachute, the hornithopters,
the wing trial, the anemometer,
and anemoscope, the hygrometer,
the comedy bird, etc.
machines were ispired by the
Atlantic Codex. Among these
the mortar fire and the machine
gun. In this section: the armured
tank, unique in the whole
for its dimensions and fully