Our friend over at WIRED.com wrote a cool article about the real-life DaVinci Code.
The Codex Trivulzianus, one of Leonardo Da Vinci's oldest notebooks, is out from under lock and key, offering the world a rare look into the mind of a genius.
Normally hidden away in a library at Sforzesco Castle and reserved for scholars' eyes, the 55-page collection of sketches and writings is on public display for the first time in nearly a decade. It includes character studies, drawings of church domes and military machines, and even a self-improvement guide.
See highlights from the LEONARDO DA VINCI - Codex Trivulzianus
Read the WIRED column, The Real DaVinci Code