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Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Historical Cryptology HistoCrypt 2020
Being already an established method for nondestructive examination of cultural heritage objects from a conservational perspective, computed tomography is getting more and more popular for answering historical questions. As part of the three-year project 3D-Cipher, the technology will be applied to scan and digitize 61 historical cipher machines ranging from the late 19 th century to the 1990s. The German Federal Ministry of Education and Research funds the project in the eHeritage program 1 ,doi:10.3384/ecp183157 fatcat:7xiewp43qbhrxbl2tldrqqd76i