I'd like to build a cheap and simple quantum coin flip circuit.
I have posted in the EE stack exchange about the specific circuit design, but was wondering if anyone in physics would have enough overlap in understanding to help me.
My idea is to use simple latching circuit driving two LEDs, and have the initialization be driven by some random event. My initial thought was to compare the resistance of two photoresistors in the dark as a "quantum" event. There should be some small variation in the photoresistivity due to shot noise at very low counts. So essentially the latch would be powered up and whichever photoresistor had a slightly lower/higher resistance would drive the latch to initialize in that state and stay there until power is removed.
Does this setup sound reasonably close to a quantum measurement?