Leonardo da Vinci was a prime example of a STEM (or STE[Art]M) thinker. Although he was described as a standout fashion icon in his day, the only known portrait of Leonardo is as an old man. Watch how computer scientists put portraits of him in paintings of the time into a 3D computer modeling program and developed an age regression of Leonardo’s appearance throughout his life span.
What Leonardo da Vinci Looked Like as a Young Man: Contemporary Sources and Computer Validation
October 22, 2020, 2:00 pm
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Several papers about Leonardo da Vinci
Corrected Version of Presentation by Dr. Christopher W. Tyler at the Bay Area Science Festival
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