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#QUANTUM_WALKERS

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#QUANTUM_WALKERSThe Church of Space
@ PSI theater / Moogfest 2017
w/ Marc Fleury / Monsieur Fleury / Uli Sigg / Christof Veillon / Sheba Love / Bj Campbell / Liquid sky berlin and many many more
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4 months ago

Some footage from Heligone Dotwave on this video (00:33) 😉

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Watch quantum mechanics in action thanks to some commonplace items.
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Which one should I use ? Please Vote ;)

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The first one you can read but you can't see the wave clearly. The last one you can't read but you can see the wave clearly.

Because i ...did it myself 😉 thanks for your vote 👍

1st or 4th IMO

4th

BTW why DIY?

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5 months ago

[Archive] "Waveguide" in a circular geometry

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Get a dotwave kit and enjoy hours of fun 😉

This is a droplet in a ring with waves going round the full circle

( Not exactly under the faraday threshold, but below the threshold for which the droplet starts bouncing everywhere with a quick speed)
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A funny dance, watch until Sec. 25 😉 ... See MoreSee Less

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5 months ago

Successive quasi-stable states

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define: stability
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6 months ago

dotwave--Me=10--cutOff=39--A=5e-06--D=5e-08--K=0--boxSize=20

2 dotwaves bouncing in a box ( with specular reflection ) and interacting.

The simulation uses a simple discrete algo without any integration scheme.
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Very Well Done! 🙂 Isn't Much Easier to simulate by Ab Initio when possible than by Integration Scheme? 😉 Btw, on which software You are working?

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[NewWave] A snapshpot of a realtime rendering of a new simple discrete implementation of the dotWave equation.

I don't go for precision or exactness, i want to reproduce the main effects, I want fastness and I am going for multiball too 😉

In a square box of side 4 Lambda_F, with a low field memory parameter Me = 10 ( only 23 previous bounces shown in the tail are used for the calculation of the field because the other ones account for less than 10 pc)
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Is there the code available somewhere? Or it's your little secret? 🙂

[ Recreation ] Water Droplets ready for action  :)

7 months ago

[ Recreation ] Water Droplets ready for action 🙂 ... See MoreSee Less

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Please let me know if you find such small silicon spheres...:)

It makes me wonder... would a solid silicon sphere walk on a vibrated bath filled with silicon oil? This way you'd have precise control over the size and mass of the walkers.

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7 months ago

When 2 dotWaves have a small space and (almost) do not interact ... See MoreSee Less

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7 months ago

I am reaching nowhere with my 2-dotwaves-in-a-box simulation but I like to watch those vids nevertheless ... See MoreSee Less

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brilliant

Tries and Lessons 😉 Good Luck 🙂

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7 months ago

I called this one a "surface ectoplasmon" 😂 ... See MoreSee Less

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7 months ago

Real time simulation of free dotwave in a square potential well
Memory = 40
Square width = 2*Lambda_Faraday
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Back to the computer, playing with own matlab simulation :) 

These are trajectories of a dotwave in a central harmonic potential.
Both trajectories have same parameters, only the memory of the bath differs

7 months ago

Back to the computer, playing with own matlab simulation 🙂

These are trajectories of a dotwave in a central harmonic potential.
Both trajectories have same parameters, only the memory of the bath differs
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Temporal non-locality is equivalent to spatial non-locality

Morning assignment : show that equations (2)  and (3) are equivalent

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Temporal non-locality is equivalent to spatial non-locality

Morning assignment : show that equations (2) and (3) are equivalent
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W Wave field Force Constant, W= mg A Wave Field Amplitude Me Memory of wave field Tf Faraday Wave Period

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[Wave Mediated interaction]

A 1D cavity is divided in 2 equal parts, left and right : the waves can pass through, but the dot remain in one part of the cavity or the other.

1 - A dot moving in the left cavity is creating waves in the right cavity
2 - A big dot moving periodically in the left cavity makes a small dot in the right cavity have a periodic motion too.

All motion below Faraday thresold : no dot --> no wave
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Follow the small dot and you will track the big one too ... See MoreSee Less

An orgasmic paper worth reading again and again

Chaos Driven by Interfering Memory

http://dotwave.org/chaos-driven-by-interfering-memory/

9 months ago

An orgasmic paper worth reading again and again

"Chaos Driven by Interfering Memory"

http://dotwave.org/chaos-driven-by-interfering-mem…
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10 months ago

The WALKING WATER Mystery (in SPACE and SLOW MOTION!)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KJDEsAy9RyMSolving a 5 yr old personal mystery about "Why Water Walks on Water". Click here to tweet this video: goo.gl/oYRa57 Thanks to Google Making & Science...
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