Lights, camera, quantum!

A snapshot of quantum entanglement has been recorded by scientists in the UK. Although Einstein famously referred to this quantum phenomenon as "spooky action at a distance", it is considered real enough that countless researchers are focused on it as a major component towards understanding how to build a quantum computer, which will be underpinned by chemistry and nanotechnology. The researchers at the University of Glasgow used a highly sensitive camera array to observe the full field of the quantum light simultaneously, allowing them to snap almost 2,500 different entangled dimensions or states at once.