Rank #1: Take the Blue Pill #7 The Playstation VR / PSVR Podcast – “I See Dead People“
“I See Dead People“ Ep. 7 of Take the Blue Pill, the PlayStation Virtual Reality – PSVR – Podcast, hosted by Kneelsbores. In this episode:
News – Youtube 360 / PSVR failing
Reviews – Holoball / PinballFX
IMHO – Funeral March
Trips and Ticks – Fog of War
Under the Hood – You say V..VR and I say A..AR
Jan 24 2017
Rank #2: Take the Blue Pill #5 The Playstation VR / PSVR Podcast – “Sick & Tired of You Feeling Sick & Tired“
“Sick & Tired of You Feeling Sick & Tired” Ep. 5 of Take the Blue Pill, the PlayStation Virtual Reality – PSVR – Podcast, hosted by Kneelsbores. In this episode:
News – XBox Founder / Time / UK Sales
Reviews – Windlands
IMHO – Puke me no pukes
Trips and Ticks – You are NOT superhuman
Under the Hood – Addicted to a Place
Nov 28 2016
Rank #3: Take the Blue Pill #6 The Playstation VR / PSVR Podcast – “Triple-A-hole“
“Triple-A-hole“ Ep. 6 of Take the Blue Pill, the PlayStation Virtual Reality – PSVR – Podcast, hosted by Kneelsbores. In this episode:
News – Demo-crazy / PSVR sales again
Reviews – Space Rift Part 1 / Crystal Rift
IMHO – Just what the hell IS a triple-A?
Trips and Ticks – Don’t you be scratching my lenses
Under the Hood – VR from the Outside and the Inside
Dec 12 2016
Rank #4: My Quantum Computer Wrote a Podcast #5 – “Teleportation – The Musical” – Quantum Computing / AI / Entertainment
In which Dr Dr Alexis Kirke sets a mathematical proof of quantum teleportation to music – EDM (Electronic Dance Music) to be precise. This is a form of entertainment the Dr Dr has wanted someone else to do for a while, but because no one has, he has stepped in to do it himself. A number of the musical riffs were written using his multi-agent quantum music algorithms on IBM 14 qubit hardware. Younger listeners please note: today’s episode has been brought to you by the letters “A” and “B”, and the word “Ket”. The musical proof is followed a brief explanation of how the quantum algorithms were used to create some of the electronic riffs, and how the error rates on the IBM Q 14 changed the musical features.
Please also note, that the coefficient labels, e.g. ‘a’, are not differentiated sonically from the state labels, e.g. ‘A’, so beware…
My Quantum Computer Wrote a Podcast #5 – “Teleportation – The Musical” – Quantum Computing / AI / Entertainment
Jun 07 2019
Rank #5: My Quantum Computer Wrote a Podcast #4 – “How Thanos Won the Endgame” – Quantum Computing / AI / Entertainment
My Quantum Computer Wrote a Podcast #4 – “How Thanos Won the Endgame” – Quantum Computing / AI / Entertainment.
In this episode, Dr Dr Alexis Kirke demonstrates how Thanos won the Endgame in “Avengers: Endgame” using the Many Worlds interpretation of quantum computing (and Alexis’ interpretation of Dr Strange’s comments at the end of “Avengers: Infinity War”). Alexis runs a multiverse of 16384 universes on the IBM Q14 Melbourne quantum computer and shows why Thanos must have won. NOTE: THIS EPISODE CONTAINS SPOILERS.
Here’s what Wikipedia has to say about the Many Worlds interpretation:
“The many-worlds interpretation is an interpretation of quantum mechanics that asserts the objective reality of the universal wavefunction and denies the actuality of wavefunction collapse. The existence of the other worlds makes it possible to remove randomness and action at a distance from quantum theory and thus from all physics. Many-worlds implies that all possible alternate histories and futures are real, each representing an actual “world” (or “universe”). In layman’s terms, the hypothesis states there is a very large—perhaps infinite—number of universes, and everything that could possibly have happened in our past, but did not, has occurred in the past of some other universe or universes. The theory is also referred to as MWI, the relative state formulation, the Everett interpretation, the theory of the universal wavefunction, many-universes interpretation, multiverse theory or just many-worlds.
The original relative state formulation is due to Hugh Everett in 1957. Later, this formulation was popularized and renamed many-worlds by Bryce Seligman DeWitt in the 1960s and 1970s. The decoherence approaches to interpreting quantum theory have been further explored and developed, becoming quite popular. MWI is one of many multiverse hypotheses in physics and philosophy. It is currently considered a mainstream interpretation along with the other decoherence interpretations, collapse theories (including the historical Copenhagen interpretation), and hidden variable theories such as the Bohmian mechanics.”
Credits: Extinction Level Event by Jingle Punks (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WDBtPYMQrLc)
May 20 2019