Experimental Evidence for Mixed Reality States

Alfred Hubler, and Vadas Gintautas, Physics, UIUC

We study the dynamics of a virtual system coupled with its real-world counterpart - an inter-reality system. We find a phase transition when the system parameters are close. The phase transition is from an uncorrelated small amplitude state (dual reality state) to a state which the two systems move with a large amplitude as a coherent unit (mixed reality state). This synchronized motion of the real and the virtual system is similar to the synchronized electron=dynamics of real molecules in a Laser.