Cyrillic Projector

The Cyrillic Projector is a sculpture created by American artist Jim Sanborn in the early 1990s, and was purchased by the University of North Carolina at Charlotte in 1997. It is currently installed between the campus' Friday and Fretwell Buildings.

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... "Untitled Kryptos Piece" which was sold to a private collector, and a Cyrillic Projector with encrypted Russian Cyrillic text, which included an extract from a classified KGB document ... Much of the cipher on its Russian side is duplicated on the Cyrillic Projector ... The Russian portion of the cipher on the Cyrillic Projector and Antipodes was solved in 2003 after Elonka Dunin "led the charge", with the ciphertext independently decrypted by Frank ...
Cyrillic Projector - Solution
... The Russian text of the Cyrillic Projector was finally decrypted and translated in English in 2003 after Elonka Dunin "led the charge", with the ciphertext independently decrypted by Frank Corr and Mike ...