Today I ran my first live experiment on the public IBM Quantum Computer that will be the backend of my installation piece - I am so excited!
I tried an entanglement setup:
"Two or more quantum objects are entangled when, despite being too far apart to influence one another, they behave in ways that are 1) individually random, but also 2) too strongly correlated to be explained by supposing that each object is independent from the other." (ibm-guide)
Above the user interface with the applied gates to create a superposition (h-gate in blue), entangle (+ sign) and measure (pink gates) the states of the particles (q0, q1). And here the results: