For starters, I've rectified the data in the image by manually adjusting UV coordinates in Blender:
I edited the rectified image in GIMP, first rescaling to 144x64, then adjusting colors until the resulting image data is perfectly clear (one or two errors may have crept in):
Now if you look closely, every second column is just alternating black/white. ...
I don't think it's a spoiler to say that the image contains binary text. Converting it to ASCII, you get:
The next step, therefore, is to
The key to decrypting this is also in the image:
Decrypting it results in what I presume is the final message:
As a final note, "Sifr wa Wahed" apparently translates to "zero and one".
The password you must type is:
Why? Start by noticing that the inscription is written using:
Translating, we get:
What does this mean?
At first glance this seems to suggest that we should type:
into the keyboard. However, this means very little by itself (and converting into A1Z26 yields the pretty unfruitful-looking 'JCZ'); plus it makes no use of the ...
7 is the value for g, which is the first letter of "green", the sum of the values of the letters in the word is 49, and "3" is for "cube", 49^3=117649.
Just like "19" is for "square" refering to squaring
"[red]" and "[yellow]"