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2021.10 - 2 Weeks
The New School
Context and Background
All the possible shapes in a tetris game is stored in the 2*4 grid each stores a binary state.
The values within each set of grids are generated by the 8-bit decision tree illustrated in the diagram. Each bit is run on a quantum computer powered by IBM’s qubits, where we leveraged to create true randomness adhear to our custom probability distribution.
Theoratically, within our custom environment (created by the decision tree), we can expect only the conventional shapes. However, noises occur when contemporary quantum computers experience environmental interferences over their runtime, producing the anomalous shapes in the diagram.
We decided to treat them as an intergral part of the experience by highlighting them with different colors.