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Leonardo da Vinci had an “advantageous” eye disorder.

A neuro-scientist claims that da Vinci had exotropia, an eye disorder which means one eye is turned outward.  Visual neuroscientist Christopher Tyler of University of London examined six pieces of art, including Salvator Mundi and Vitruvian Man. Five of the pieces depict an eye misalignment that reflects a disorder called exotropia. Exotropia is a condition where…

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