Tuesday, 28 January 2020 / 10 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
Children's workshop

Enigma and gnidoced-decoding

Enigma and gnidoced-decoding
On the BIO 26| Common Knowledge exhibition we'll look at the Enigma machine, which encoded secret messages of German army headquarters during Second World War. Allthough the machine was known as unbreakable, Alan Turing, the famous mathematician, managed to crack its code. At the workshop we'll decipher the encrypted records from the past and ask ourselves what do they serve. We'll talk about the current topic of protecting personal information online and in everyday life, and by using simple geometric shapes, we will also try to make our own cryptic alphabet.

Museum of Architecture and Design, Rusjanov trg 7

Age: 9-12

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