Kipu Quantum’s goal for this market is to allow audiences to experience and artists to create quantum-based music and visual art pieces. While technical and scientific breakthroughs are required to apply quantum computers to the use cases of industry users, using them to create unique pieces of quantum digital art is already possible.
However, extensive technical training is required for artists to actually access and use quantum computers. Kipu aims to change this by providing simple, intuitive tools that will assist artists in their development process.
Meet the team
Kipu works with world-leading artists, scientists, and technologists to realize intuitive quantum tools for arts – introducing Emanuele, Salvatore and Eduardo!
International advisor on quantum aesthetics
Advisor on product design in computer visual art and exhibitions
Advisor on research and development on quantum computing for music and art
Quantum Art Samples
A sample of quantum music produced by our Kipu composer Eduardo Miranda. This piece was created with a quantum computer programmed by Eduardo to generate musical sequences. Entangled qubits dance randomly while melodic structures play reminiscences of a quantum electronica.
We are also developing quantum technologies for offering users and composers a wide range of quantum instruments. At Kipu Quantum, our world-leading quantum technologist, Eduardo, has produced this sample as a teaser of the versatility and aesthetic possibilities of quantum music.
Glossary – what do we mean by quantum art
- “Quantum inspired” is just called “quantum”, but does not really use real or simulated quantum computers. It uses only classical computers, but evokes reminiscences from quantum physics and quantum computers
- “Quantum simulated” for those using classical simulations of quantum computers to create artworks
- “Quantum sourced” are actually based on real quantum computers by extracting real quantum data as a source or by using it to do post-processing
- “Interactive quantum” is a piece of artwork which is connected to a real quantum computer in real time, with changing and unpredictable, though guided and filtered, music-visual aspects
- “Feedback quantum” adds the emotional quantum feedback to the loop in real time via direct interaction with control device or brain-machine interfaces