Is the Lotto Ball Machine a Quantum computer of sorts?
Quantum Computing is my latest interest and i’m trying to learn as much as possible about it.
The Qubits have me a bit phased out, trying to visualize them. Trying to scale it up to a real life size in my mind to better visualize it.
And the Lotto machine popped into my mind.
Maybe not as exactly Qubits but as a whole quantum computer of sorts.
You have for example 42 numbered balls stored before the draw in a predefined position, the input.
Dropped into the rotating drum the actual computer.
The balls go into superposition and entanglement bouncing off each other. You slow down the drum for an instant and take a measurement allowing a ball to drop out of the opening at the bottom. A portion of the output. You continue running your computer and repeating the measuring until you get your 5 or 6 winning numbers, the final output.
Just wondering is it a quantum computer or quantum system?