An animated walk-through (or fly-through) of the results of our experiment on generation of optical squeezed vacuum/squeezed photon superposition states, performed at NICT, Tokyo in 2009-2010 and published in Physical Review Letters 105, 053602 (2010).
The homodyne tomography data were reconstructed as density matrices and Wigner functions in Mathematica, and their vectors in the S|0> / S|1> qubit space were calculated. The Wigner function shapes and position vectors for each of the 58 states were imported to Blender via the Python API. All additional modeling and animation was done (not very well!) in Blender.
If you're interested, have a look at the interactive version of this data set that I prepared with Processing. There is also a more detailed explanation of the experiment: