QUANDER: Quantum Information Science Education Research Team on December 9
Partnering with researchers and scientists from the University of California Santa Barbara and University of Chicago, Science in Action invites guests to play, participate, or watch live research highlighting quantum information science education.
How entangled are you? In this research game, called TwinTanglement, two players (ages 7-adult) must work together to navigate a pair of computer-generated mazes. But there is a catch. The players are entangled, which means that when one player moves one space, the other player’s position moves one space in the same, opposite, or perpendicular direction. Only one player can move at a time so players must collaboratively decide who makes each move. We are testing how this interactive, multi-player game experience engages MOXI visitors with quantum information science.