I tried it and it’s excellent, and best of all clear: unlike virtually every other “quantum game” I’ve tried, it took me only a minute to figure this one out.
Even when it becomes possible to teach my class in person again, your website could help me scale to a larger class size than is possible when I require equipment for hands-on demonstrations.
I”ve been playing around with the new “Quantum Game with Photons”. So far it feels like all the fun parts of doing undergraduate physics experiments, while also being a really nice puzzle game!
With the Quantum Lab (previously known as Quantum Game with Photons), you can:
- Drag & drop elements to create a quantum experiment.
- Experience a real-time in-browser simulation.
- Interact with up to 3 entangled photons.
- Perform advanced quantum measurements (POVMs).
- See how the entanglement evolves with a visualization.
- Explore the multiverse tree of all possible outcomes.
- Check the exact quantum state with a ket visualizer.
- Use either physical elements or abstract qubit gates.
It is possible to create quantum computing algorithms (Deutsch-Jozsa), quantum cryptography protocols (BB84 and Ekert), advanced quantum measurements (nonorthogonal state discrimination), historical interferometers (Mach-Zehnder and Michaelson-Morley), classical optics (three polarizers and an optical diode), and much more (here are some user-created ones)!
Use interactive visualizations in your slides and educational materials! ⟨𝜑|𝜓⟩.vue visualizer for quantum states and matrices, which can be used for quantum computing, quantum chemistry or any other discrete quantum system. In-browser numerics is supported by our open-source engine, Quantum Tensors.
More in the materials for lecturers, educators, and researchers.
Quantum Lab is a project by Quantum Flytrap - a limited company registered in Poland. Previously, the project got support from the Centre for Quantum Technologies, National University of Singapore and the Unitary Fund. Now, we are on the business path.
We provide an investment opportunity. Join the quantum computing revolution before others do!
See recent updates on Twitter @QuantumGameIO. Some of our previous blog posts:
- Quantum logic gates for a single qubit, interactively - an explorable explanation
- Quantum mechanics for high-school students - problems, materials, and course outlines
- Interface inspirations from games - standing on the shoulders of UI/UX giants
- How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Types & Tests - good software engineering practices for scientists
- Ready to play the Quantum Game with Photons 2? - on our project by the Centre for Quantum Computing
- Virtual Optical Table & Visualizing Quantum States and Operators - our talk at the Oxford University Quantum Information Society