Leonardo’s Lost Robot Knight – San Diego Museum Exhibit

Here is a treat for all you folks from San Diego, an exhibit on a robot knight based on Leonardo Da Vinci’s designs. (Click on the image for a larger view.) Here is an excerpt from the site.

In 2003 the Sweeney family acquired, designed an exhibit, and then loaned for exhibit to the San Diego Museum of Man “Leonardo’s Lost Robot Knight.” This medieval robot was built by famous roboticist Mark Rosheim from Leonardo’s drawings for a Discovery Channel program on Da Vinci.

12 Responses to “Leonardo’s Lost Robot Knight – San Diego Museum Exhibit”


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  6. 6 jert April 2, 2014 at 10:39 am

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