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Leonardo da Vinci - The Android

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Leonardo da Vinci has been rebooted as robot by Osaka University team.

The legendary figure of the Italian Renaissance has been given a new lease on life as part of an Osaka University project.

The robotic version of da Vinci (1452-1519) is being developed by a team led by Minoru Asada, a professor of robotics at the university.

The exterior is almost complete. The head can move and the face change expressions, all remotely controlled by a computer.

Next the project team will give da Vinci the power of speech. The robot will speak by manipulating the voice of its computer operator, transmitting the voice into the automaton and moving its lips.

The da Vinci machine will also be programmed to introduce itself in Italian.

The very life-like robot will be exhibited at the National Museum of Science and Technology in Milan in September.

It is also scheduled to be displayed at the Grand Front Osaka commercial complex in Osaka's Kita Ward in December.

The M+G+R Foundation Comments

To see the actual android version of Leonardo da Vinci come to life as the very believable and realistic Leonardo, visit the Original Source at the Osaka University research page.

We have not seen, or even imagined, a better way to manufacture the False Christ and pass him as the real Christ.

May God have Mercy on Hs Elect because ....unless those days had been shortened, no flesh should be saved: but for the sake of the elect those days shall be shortened. [Matthew 24:22]

Published on November 1st, 2015 - Feast of All Saints

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