Our dream is to allow everyone to do real scientific research and contribute to science by playing games

HELP US BUILD ONE COMPUTER TO RULE THEM ALL

  

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THE STORY BEHIND "QUANTUM MOVES"


 

The game was born out of the dilemmas and questions the physics researchers
at Aarhus University confronted with when they took the challenge of building a 
quantum computer in the basement lab of the university.

Confident that human brain is able to do better than even the most advanced
computational machines available in the world, Jacob and his team decided to
create the "Quantum Moves" game and invite everyone to play and get
the chance to do front-line quantum physics research.

 

The idea behind the game is simple: every time you play, your mouse movements are simulating
the laser beams used in the real quantum lab to move the atoms onto the right pathways.

Your goal is to achieve the best scores in "QComp" and "Beat AI" labs, which translate the
most difficult scientific challenges, and thus help science make a step forward towards building a quantum computer.

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15 Aug 2014 11:03 - Alice

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29 Jul 2014 09:03 - Alice

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My last message for all Quantum Moves pl...
15 May 2014 05:07 - JustCinek

Dear all, My time as a Community Manager for Quantum Moves has come to an end, as it is the moment [ ... ]

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We needed a break... and now we're back!
29 Jul 2014 09:09 - Alice

Yes, we admit it... we've been distracted for a while and you haven't seen much of scienceathome lat [ ... ]

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Welcome Alice, our new Community Manager...
16 May 2014 06:45 - JustCinek

Eureka! We found the new Quantum Moves Community Manager! Well, the new Community Manager is (again [ ... ]

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Wanted: Community Manager !
25 Mar 2014 05:03 - JustCinek

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Yes, we admit it... we've been distracted for a while and you haven't seen much of scienceathome lately. We promise that we had a really good reason for it.

We're expanding and by that we don't only mean that we took in more people but we also have some new platforms for you.

Our idea oversteps the boundaries or physics and games. Since we would like to see people of all walks of life do scientific research, we thought we should open up the gates of knowledge and make it available for them! Which is why we made a platform with the specific purpose of giving the people the theoretical knowledge. Studentresearcher.org is meant to be a platform on which people study, post questions, get answers in order to prepare for making a real scientific contributions.

On top of that, our future plans for scienathome include a facelift for Quantum Moves, Student researcher and scienceathome.org.

Be sure to stay tuned, cause, boy, do we have a lot of things to show you!