(Linz, December 8, 2009) It’s the world’s most mysterious manuscript—a book written by an unknown author, illustrated with images that are as bizarre as they are puzzling, and using a language that not even the best cryptographers have succeeded in deciphering. So it’s no wonder that this text plays a role in Dan Brown’s latest best-selling mystery, “The Lost Symbol.” The Voynich Manuscript has fascinated scholars and occultists alike since its discovery 100 years ago. But no one has been able to decode its contents. High-definition excerpts from the Voynich Manuscript are now part of the permanent repertoire in Deep Space at the Ars Electronica Center. These 16×9-meter images make even the most minute details visible … Read more