Last year's submission to our 20th Annual Physical Revue 'talent' show, featuring over half the UIUC physics faculty, a game of 'quantum hockey', "proof" of the nonexistence of many-worlds, lots of physics simulations (on ice!! -- see, e.g., a discussion of CPT symmetry starting at time-marker 3:10), and a Nobel-prize winning zombie. A good time was had by all.
Video Creator Bio
Paul Kwiat is a physics professor at the University of Illinois, in Urbana-Champaign. A Fellow of the APS and OSA, he has given invited talks at numerous national and international conferences, and has authored over 135 articles on various topics in quantum optics and quantum information, including quantum interrogation, quantum erasure, and optical implementations of quantum information protocols, particularly using entangled and hyper-entangled photons from parametric down-conversion. When not being 'quantum', he likes to dance (swing), skate (ice) and make videos (funny, well, funny-ish).