Leonardo da Vinci’s’ “Codex Arundel” Available for Free Online

A collaboration between the British Library and Microsoft, titled Turning the Pages 2.0, made 570 pages of Leonardo da Vinci’s’ Codex Arundel available for free online.

Now anyone can navigate the writings of one of the most inventive minds of the Renaissance. In the hundreds of digitized pages are ideas for airplanes, helicopters, parachutes, submarines and automobiles, centuries before they were developed and brought to the world.

As Archdaily.com reports, the process of digitization began in 2007 today it is possible to “turn” the pages of the da Vinci’s manuscript as if it were a real book, including notes from the British Library.

Browse the texts and drawings of Leonardo da Vinci’s manuscripts here.