Visualizing quantum mechanics in an interactive simulation – Virtual Lab by Quantum Flytrap

@article{Migdal2022VisualizingQM,
  title={Visualizing quantum mechanics in an interactive simulation – Virtual Lab by Quantum Flytrap},
  author={Piotr Migdal and Klementyna Jankiewicz and Pawel Grabarz and Chiara Decaroli and Philippe Cochin},
  journal={Optical Engineering},
  year={2022}
}
. Virtual Lab by Quantum Flytrap explores novel ways to represent quantum phenomena in an interactive and intuitive way. It is a no-code online laboratory with a real-time simulation of an optical table, supporting up to three entangled photons. Users can place typical optical elements (such as beam splitters, polarizers, Faraday rotators, and detectors) with a drag-and-drop graphical interface. Virtual Lab operates in two modes. The sandbox mode allows users to compose arbitrary setups… 
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