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Arpe

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Date d'inscription : 2013-04-20
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PostSubject: Help science by gaming!   Mon 30 Sep - 16:34

Hey Guys

My teacher in Quantum mechanics made this online game based on quantum mechanics. The idea is that instead of using supercomputers to calculate best paths for a system we use people from all over the world. When a huge sample is collected this research will hopefully help with the construction of quantum computers.

The game is basicly how to move Qbits (quantum bits) and read them properly without losing data.

Give it at go Smile
http://www.scienceathome.org/

And beat the hiscores!
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PostSubject: Re: Help science by gaming!   Sat 5 Oct - 15:37

Problem is everytime i take the first level it never considers it finished. So i can't move to level two of training... Just solve that! Very hard game xDDDDDD
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PostSubject: Re: Help science by gaming!   Sun 6 Oct - 9:05

Haha, maybe a bug Smile

Still very much a beta version!
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