The British Library has made a number of selections from its collection available to the public that may not be able to visit it’s halls via the Internet, with 3D versions of the books created in LightWave 3D.
Dubbed Turning the Pages 2.0, this project has already made a number of priceless works available to the Web-browsing public, including a personal notebook of sketches named the Codex Leicester by Leonardo da Vinci (below) purchased by Bill Gates in 1994 for $31 million.
Turning the Pages 2.0 can be viewed here.
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