meQuanics

meQuanics

meQuanics is developed for fun, but the citizen science game is based on the scientific principals governing quantum computation. Each 3D puzzle represents a real quantum algorithm that players need to optimize for a quantum computer to be realized with real quantum devices. Reducing the resources necessary for a quantum computer is one of the most urgent and important problems to make this technology a reality. meQuanics is a game by h-bar, the first consultancy specialising in the new field of quantum technology.



                Help develop the next generation of computers                
midcore | 3D puzzle | quantum computing | computer (browser)

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A week to tweet about Games and Science
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From April 10th to April 15th, Citizen Science Games was hosting the @IamCitSci Twitter account. The whole week was dedicated to games and science. We storified the week in different episodes, in case you missed […]

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meQuanics: Gamers help solve quantum questions

Two Australian scientists, physicist Dr Simon Devitt, senior research scientist at the Centre for Emergent Matter Sciences in Tokyo, and Dr Austin Fowler, a quantum hardware engineer at Google in Santa Barbara, California, helped create […]

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