Find out how you can contribute to cutting-edge physics research when you play Quantum Moves.
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We explain how each of the scientific challenges we are confronted with in the quantum lab at Aarhus University are translated into the game.
Nature, The prestigious science journal, summarises the results of a study completed by ScienceAtHome on players of Quantum Moves.
Watch the video to get a feeling of the Quantum challenges waiting for you!
Stop motion video: What are quantum computers and how does playing games help physicist in cutting-edge research?
Science and Culture: Quantum games aim to demystify heady science. The prestigious science paper, PNAS featured Quantum Moves in its article.
Since it's release, Quantum Moves has been played by around 200,000 players around the world with impressive results.
Jacob from ScienceAtHome explains how anyone can become a quantum physicist by playing Quantum Moves.
Solving the challenges posed in Quantum Moves will allow our team to take important steps towards building a large-scale quantum computer.
A new study pits humans against computers to uncover AI weaknesses.
In April 2016 the publication in Nature and the launch of Quantum Moves created worldwide interest.
Los Angeles Times:
Video-gamers solve quantum physics mystery using human intuition
Human beings still excel when it comes to intuitive leaps in problem solving.
1,4% players reach the ultimate level 23 in Quantum Moves. Here are some tips to help you get there.
Jacob talks about Quantum Moves and the development of scientific gaming in Denmark.
Could the space we live in just be a projection
of some underlying quantum structure?