Italian man Michele Centella sets Guinness World Record by creating ‘mirror typing’ books in ancient languages.
According to a report by Guinness World Records (GWR), an Italian man, Michele Centella has created a world record by typing 81 copies of books upside down, which is called ‘mirror writing’.
Santellia types books using four completely blank keyboards without looking backwards.
He types each book in its original language whether it be hieroglyphs, Old Hebrew, Traditional Chinese, Mayan, Etruscan, Cuneiform or Voynich glyphs.
He reverse-typed the Bible, the Code of Hammurabi, the Epic of Gilgamesh, the Book of the Dead from ancient Egypt, the writings of Leonardo da Vinci. He has reverse typed all the four Indian Vedas and compiled them in a single book.
He is able to type using 16 computer keyboards located simultaneously at different heights.
He credits Leonardo da Vinci who inspired him to do mirror typing.