So far they’re using a single electron artificial atoms in quantum wells to become quibits.
From what I’ve found in my lazy search they seem to think that quitrits and quadtrits are the maximum number of artificial trits that can be made since 2013—but that is incomplete.
The standard deviation of an atom is a nucleus wrapped around with electrons who travel in patterns around the nucleus in a wave/formed pattern.
Thought experiment to get to the next point:
If you let a single atom float in a vacuum full of super fluid (assuming no possible bonds able) denying gravity’s hold on the density and mass of the atom, and the superfluid pushing against all parts of the atom at once dependent on the superfluids movement. Other than if we’re lucky enough to have stabilized superfluid after some time—inherent vibration withstanding. Would we be able to find the sole atoms exact electron travel within the confines. If so could we then release that atom in this fluid so that is it constantly “falling or rising” dependent on the superfluids movement around it. Depends on the containers shape. A single tube gives up. A s bend on it’s end middle gives down if from the proper side.
So that we can then “open” an area where the electrons are centralized within a halo around the “top” or “bottom” of the sole atom. That would open up many stages to insert wavelengths from within the containers walls or outside it if properly managed other than radio at once and change the planes that would be interacted to be actable more than singularly at once, so that you could actually hit one electron, infer it’s superimposed cousin from glimmering from the initial hit not the same as the other electrons and then the general direction of the superposition atoms direction outside the container. This may have to be done in a completely dark room. Dual vacuumed enclosure/dual superfluid to allow clarity. And if so would it be possible to set this example up twice, in either the same state or two opposing states so that you get that glimmer and can start to literally determine superpositions distance/locations.
At the same time we could do a different function where we hit multiple electrons at once causing them to pulse in ways we want—up, down, side to side, diagonal and since the electrons of the sole atoms are compressed between the superfluids electrons, if we time them, we could bounce from one atom to the other and back again, bending the super position—though technically not that—a new form of some kind (atomic J Hook?), around the same atom either the other side of the same electron or a cousin electron within the halo. From there we take all possible iterations of those atoms and wavelength iterations and we can build a table/dataset of superposition distances or at the least their angles. Knowing that by raising the superfluid temperature using light would possibly change it’s state we would have to start small with the lowest coolest lights possible. Or diffusion through a material to slow it down to it’s coolest speed though through a final lens to hit it’s target. Read speed isn’t important at first, it’s just the fact that we can figure out the change states in real time.