Alice in Quantumland

A love story about girl who finds her Romeo with a little help from quantum physics.

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Quantum thoughts

My video is inspired by the quantum universe of super-positions, multi-verses and simply makes one ponder on the nature of our reality. I captured some elements from super 8 film and instant film and animated these with digital elements into a sequence. I used film elements because I think film chemistry shows the randomness of the quantum world in a beautiful way.

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A State of Superposition

Raul fled Somalia when he was twelve, after witnessing the killing of his father. On the plane out, the announcements were in a language he couldn’t understand; he had no idea where he was going. He was not in a position to observe the destination and so entered a state of superposition, simultaneously travelling to France, Germany, America and every other country with an airport. It was only once he landed, and a social worker pointed to England on a [...]

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Do we have free will?

Quantum answers #2 – Is there free will? This video answers this question using the Many-world and Transactional interpretations of quantum mechanics.  The surprising answer is revealed in the introduction.

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Cat in the Box

You think you know the story. Cat in the Box, based on one of the most well-known quantum physics theories, is an indulgently playful film that spins a fresh new take on how we can see this concept in real life. Just what is the cat in the box?

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Feedback

A reclusive director invites the press to a screening of his new film “Feedback”. Quantum mechanics and film are connected by subjectivity. –Traditional Japanese Haiku

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Prism Part 1 – Splitting Atoms

A young man after failing to tell the girl he truly loves how he feels, struggles to come to terms with his decision. As he walks away feeling dejected, he begins to over analyse the very fabric of his choice and the ability to make a choice within a universe defined by The Many Worlds Theory by Hugh Everett. This film explores how choices in our everyday lives maybe made in a multiverse in the form of The Many Worlds [...]

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lesson 2 : quantum bureaudynamics

The strange and inexplicable workings of bureaucracies explained by the principles of quantum physics. I want to thank my collaborator and husband Blair McFarland. We have developed this abstruse baranch of quantum physics together, and it has given us many hours of shared hilarity.

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the Cat

Who killed Schroedinger’s cat? Directed by Giannicola Scarpa – written by Cristina-Iulia Bucur and Giannicola Scarpa – with Harry Buhrman, Juan Martinez and Deniz Uğurlar

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Quantum Daughter

Quantum Daughter is a story about the daughter of Ernst Rutherford, who appears from another universe through the use of a Parallel Universe Ap on her Really Smart Phone as she seeks to gain enough ID points to renew her Quantum Computer Phone Contract. She is pursued by her Really Smart Phone provider across the multiverse. She encounters a parallel version of her father, Ernst Rutherford, discoverer of the nucleus, scientist and human being. Quantum Daughter is created for New [...]

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Quantum Eraser Channel

For my submission to this contest, I have made a video about a quantum physics experiment that inspires me to study quantum physics. The video was made using the Persistence of Vision ray-tracer, and all of the models and animations are coded by me, from scratch. The music is “You Will Never Get to Heaven” by Dreamsploitation (dreamsploitation.com/). Thanks to Aaron Atwater for lending his CPU for rendering.

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COLLAPSE

Life and death in a quantum world. Bad boys’ physics. The Schrödinger’s cat thought experiment mapped onto a gangsta movie context. Played by Dag Kaszlikowski and Pawel Kurzynski, uncompromising physicists from the Centre for Quantum Technologies in Singapore (quantumlah.org).

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THE SPLITTER

Artur Ekert is the founding Director of Centre for Quantum Technologies in Singapore (quantumlah.org). He is also – one could say parallelly – the Lee Kong Chian Centennial Professor at the National University of Singapore and the Professor of Quantum Physics at the Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford, UK. He is one of the pioneers of quantum cryptography. In his non-academic life he is also an avid scuba diver, and a pilot. Some say he can be in many places [...]

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Heisenberg

two women make observations on the man.

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SPOOKY ACTION (AT A DISTANCE)

Entangled moves by the ingenious Strangeweather Movement Group (Faye Lim, Bernice Lee, Christina Chan, Daniel Sahagun Sanchez). They will play a substantial role in “Quantum Dreams” documentary (quantum-dreams.com). Here’s a demo reel of the group’s “Spooky Action at a Distance” performance (details here). We recorded it on October 20 and 21, 2012. A film by Karol Jalochowski.

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Know Time

Perception is reality. Even love. In a story that juxtaposes the mysteries of love with quantum physics, we see supposed knowledge of destiny create destiny in the chaotic randomness of human relationships.

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Particle One resists Moment Zero

Particle One resists Moment Zero is inspired by theories of the very, very large and the very, very small. It is a journey through the cosmological universe and the quantum universe. Most of the images I used are real (thanks to NASA and the Hubble Space Telescope for those) but not all of them are authentic. I will leave it to the viewer to work out which parts are real and which parts are fabricated. Some are more obviously fake [...]

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quantum bureaudynamics

an explaination of some fundamental particles that exist at a quantum level in the bureauverse. my wife and I work closely with these particles and our understanding of some of their characteristics have been informed by quantum theory. We have other theories, including some cutting edge theoretical explorations of what might be going on in the Hole of Government, behind the non-event horizon. the full txt of our theoretical work can be found on http://aliceonline.com.au/?s=Quantum+bureaudynamics.

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