Conceived as a contribution to the digital exhibition “Leonardo’s Vision” promoted by the Museum of Science and Technology in Milan and produced by Be Part, the work of Luca Pozzi, investigates our way of looking at the world in the perspectives of scientific and technological contemporary discoveries. Called “Third Eye Prophecy Hyperinascimento”, the prophecy of the third eye, it is a site-specific interactive intervention in augmented reality visible through the ImaginAR application that can be downloaded for free at the link: https: //api.bepart.net/imaginar). The work, consisting of the recomposition of a real-time digital sculpture geolocated in Piazza della Scala in close dialogue with the Monument to Leonardo Da Vinci by Pietro Magni of 1872, simultaneously represents an ovalized tennis ball with an explosive pupil in the center, a sort of quantum oracle and an easter egg alien to the urban context with a mythological flavor. A sparkling quasi-object, as the philosopher Michel Serres would define it, which appears on the screen of the devices of occasional viewers to foretell future events of surprising magnitude. For the Milanese artist it is also the icon of the Hyper-Rinascimento, a term introduced in 2021 on the occasion of the homonymous artist’s solo show at the FMAV of Modena, and theorized as a new post-pandemic and pre-war European cultural movement, capable of to sink its roots in the humanistic tradition but redefining its contours. The Hyper-Rinascimento proposed by Luca Pozzi updates the interdisciplinary approach, combining Art and Science in order to overcome disciplinary, geographical and political boundaries, to open new paths, new ways of interpreting ourselves in intimate relationship with the universe, bypassing the analog / digital dichotomy and finally get out of the anthropocene. For more information visit the website: https://www.museoscienza.org/it/progetti/la-visione-di-leonardo.