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Quantum Computer
Quantum Computer

Name Quantum Computer
Source Mod qCraft
ID Name Unknown
Type Block
Stackable Unknown
Solid Yes
Transparent No
Affected by Gravity No
Emits Light No
Flammable No
Required Tool Unknown

The Quantum Computer is a new block added by qCraft. The Quantum Computer comes in two types: the Quantum Computer, and the Entangled Quantum Computer. A Quantum Computer must be placed next to a block of ice to keep it cool. Failure to place the ice will keep the Quantum Computer from working. Furthermore, a Quantum Computer has a "jurisdiction" that is defined using four obsidian pillars, each with an Observer Dependent Block and a block of glass. The block of glass must be placed on top of each obsidian pillar. The Observer Dependent Blocks must be made using 5 obsidian blocks and 1 gold block: the gold block on the side that is to face the Quantum Computer. These Observer Dependent Blocks must be placed on the same level as the Quantum Computer. These pillars must be no more than 8 blocks away from the Quantum Computer.

The Quantum Computer can pick up all blocks within its "jurisdiction," picked up, put somewhere else, and place all the blocks it picked up with perfect memory of location. It cannot, however, pick up tile entities, and both the source and destination must have a pre-defined "jurisdiction" of the same size and shape. If it has blocks in its "jurisdiction" when told to place blocks, those blocks will be stored on the computer.

The Entangled Quantum Computer is made using two Quantum Computers and an Essence of Entanglement. Doing so yields two Entangled Quantum Computers with the same entanglement group number. Each computer, when it picks up blocks, will send the block information to the other computer (even across dimensions), which will then place the blocks in its own "jurisdiction." Furthermore, the entanglement causes the other computer to pick of its blocks and send the information to the first computer, resulting in the two computers switching all blocks within their "jurisdictions."

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