Scientists reveal that Mona Lisa may be the first 3D image in history

Thanks to a wonderful coincidence, Leonardo da Vinci may have invented the first stereoscopic image in history. According to researchers Claus-Christian Carbon and Vera M Hesslinger, the Mona Lisa can be seen in 3D thanks to another version that was painted side by side as Leonardo was making the original. »5/01/14 5:26pm

A Photographer Thinks He Can Solve the Mystery of the Lost Leonardo da Vinci Painting with a Picture

"The Battle of Anghiari" is a Leonardo da Vinci painting that many in his era called the Renaissance Man's finest work. The problem is that it's been lost since the 1500's. Many people, however, believe it's hidden behind a brick wall and a photographer thinks he can snap a picture of the work—through the brick… »8/29/11 5:40pm

MythBusters Build a 1100-Barrel Paintball Gun to Paint the Mona Lisa, Instantly

In a presentation made at Nvidia's NVISION show this week, Adam and Jamie unveiled a 1100 barrel paintball gun and—in an instant—painted a pretty convincing (if slightly drippy) Mona Lisa. In typical MythBusters fashion »8/28/08 9:20pm, the incredibly elaborate experiment was only tenuously linked to their hypothesis. The…