Visitors will enter a highly participatory area that is both mysterious and intriguing. A bit darker and edgier than Zone #1. Within this area, visitors will engage in challenging, mind-stimulating code-cracking games and puzzles. Both computer interactive and hands-on, 3-D puzzles will be presented with kind of a "James Bond-ish" vibe to it.
Graphics and artifacts will showcase famous and historical codes and their breaking of them.
We are also planning to exhibit an ENIGMA (used by Nazis in WWII), along with some cutting edge, gee-whiz, jaw-dropping technology in this "Code Cracking" zone of the exhibit.
Plus, we are having a 3-D digital holographic image of the Rosetta Stone developed by an expert. It is a 10’ x 10’ structure with a clear screen stretched at a 45-degree angle, creating the ability to project the image through it. The holographic image will then be about 4.5’ tall.