Bill Gates showed off a virtual version of his own collection of Leonardo Da Vinci's scientific musings on Tuesday as he unveiled the company's eagerly anticipated Windows Vista operating system.
Interesting stuff. Gates bought the Leicester Codex in 1994 for $31 million. It is joined on the British Library's Web site by the Arundel Codex, one of the more prominent pieces of the British Library's collection. Gates showed it off during his presentation, as the 72-page notebook danced back and forth on the two giant screens behind him. It was displayed by Turning the Pages 2.0 which will be available to Vista users.
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