Giving the "Mona Lisa" a Digital Makeover
Clip: Season 46 Episode 21 | 3m 10s
An engineer used powerful lights, cameras, and computer software to digitally remove the varnish from the "Mona Lisa," allowing people today to see the painting as Leonardo da Vinci created it.
Aired: 11/13/19 |
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