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Google helps you learn about quantum physics with Minecraft

Quantum computing is just in its infancy, but its possibilities have certainly intrigued Google. In order to make the future come that much faster, the company is now looking to the children to usher in a new, quantum-physics savvy generation. The Google Quantum A.I. Lab Team released a blog post detailing the kid-friendly qCraft: a modpack for the popular, pixelated MMORPG Minecraft that enables players to explore and experiment with quantum physics in the digital world. With it, kids will be able to enact Schrodinger’s Cat, instead of reading about it in a text book.

One Response to “Google helps you learn about quantum physics with Minecraft”

  1. Hm… You seem to forget that Minecraft is not an MMORPG. Minecraft is an open, infinitely and randomly generated world. It is a good concept, but research how the game works first. It is as if your trying to take on an industry or area of technology you know nothing about. But yes, I’d played qCraft. As well as the Atomic Science mod. It’s very fun, but it’s no where near realistic.