Photos from Inventing Genius

All photos courtesy of Grande Exhibitions.

Codices

The Inventing Genius exhibition opens with a tour of the fascinating world of Leonardo da Vinci. Visitors will explore the designs of the famous Renaissance inventor, scientist, artist, and engineer and see replicas of his most famous machine inventions, codices, and drawings. Inventing Genius opens at the Science Museum of Minnesota on Saturday, June 8. It runs through September 2.

Crank case

da Vinci drew upon the utility of components like wheels, cogs, and gears in his many creations. In the Inventing Genius exhibition, which opens on June 8 at the Science Museum of Minnesota, visitors will take a tour through the fascinating world of da Vinci, peering into his famous imagination through replicas of his many inventions.

Leonardo's inventions

Leonardo da Vinci has been celebrated as an artist for nearly 500 years. Not until recently has the world come to know Leonardo as an inventor, philosopher, scientist, and scholar. He was a man who made the universe his field of study, passionately dedicating himself to the pursuit of knowledge in anatomy, mechanics, civil engineering, military, biology, mathematics and physics. Visitors to this summer’s Inventing Genius exhibition at the Science Museum of Minnesota will have a chance to tour the fascinating world of da Vinci, seeing replicas of his most famous machine inventions, codices, and drawings. Inventing Genius opens on Saturday, June 8 and runs through September 2.

Weight study

Starting with a basic need for solutions, Leonardo da Vinci ingeniously solved problems. In the Inventing Genius exhibition, which opens on June 8 at the Science Museum of Minnesota, visitors of all ages will have a chance to peek inside one of the greatest minds of all time, seeing replicas of his drawings and inventions and wondering at the concepts that captured his imagination and inspired his innovative creations.

101 Inventions - theater

The Science Museum of Minnesota is preparing for a summer that celebrates creativity, invention, and the most impactful inventions in human history. The Inventing Genius exhibition combines the fascinating world of Leonardo da Vinci with a futuristic, immersive showcase of the 101 greatest inventions of all time. Inventing Genius opens on Saturday, June 8 and runs through September 2.

101 inventions

One of the highlights of this summer’s Inventing Genius exhibition at the Science Museum of Minnesota is an immersive multimedia gallery experience that uses SENSORY4™ technology to display life-changing inventions as ancient as the abacus and cuneiform writing and as modern as the jet engine. Using a combination of multi-channel motion graphics, cinema-quality surround sound, and high-definition projectors, incredibly detailed images merge with digital surround sound to saturate the space in an immersive display of creativity and innovation. Inventing Genius opens on Saturday, June 8 and runs through September 2.

101 Inventions- immersive

Using sophisticated SENSORY4™ technology, this summer’s Inventing Genius exhibition showcases the 101 greatest inventions of all time – from the polio vaccine to the typewriter to the Internet. Visitors of all ages will be immersed in the experience, traveling through time to experience influential inventions throughout history in an unforgettable way. Inventing Genius opens at the Science Museum of Minnesota on Saturday, June 8 and runs through September 2.

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