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Leonardo da Vinci’s “Mona Lisa” And Her Mysterious Smile in 3D

Leonardo da Vinci’s “Mona Lisa” and her mysterious smile have inspired as much speculation as appreciation.

“World Classic Interactive Arts Exhibition” was opened at Beijing last week bringing in again into the world 61 high-tech replicas of the 16th century artworks. These were crafted by a South Korean Gallery. Wang Hui, the event organizer said that it took them two years to prepare and large investment to bring the project in China.

“What’s special about this is that it’s the first time the 3D technology, holographic technology, and voice recognition technology is fused together in one exhibit,” Wang told Reuters.*

A talking MonaLisa and in 3D?


Leonardo da Vinci’s “Mona Lisa” and her mysterious smile in 3D was the center of attraction. With voice recognition program saying: “Hello, I am the Mona Lisa. It’s nice to meet you,” in Mandarin.

Another work-of-art brought to life was the “Last Supper” wherein Jesus talks to the apostles and moves across the plasma canvas.

Exhibit visitors said that entries there are really stunning. Before all of those paintings were just motionless, now all are alive and moving around! It also attempts to answer one of the most enduring questions in the world — what’s behind the Mona Lisa’s smile.

*source: reuters.com

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