Qurotema is an off-limits construct universe.

The remote operator protocol's done, and we've prepared the travel entity. What do you say, Di? Time to explore Qurotema for yourself?
Qurotema is currently in development. It is fully playable, but the narrative and some mechanics need to be polished before final release.

The current version is available for download (Windows), and the full playthrough can be viewed below.

Qurotema was discovered and explored predominantly by Dr. Sino in his research on interuniversal travel. Practically no information beyond his research exists in regards to the nature and laws of Qurotema. This also includes LOGO, who claims to have no information, either.

Dr. Sino first found Qurotema whilst working on an experimental travel protocol. His idea was that instead of traveling into a universe, he would warp to the Void, and to keep from going into stasis, create a small field around the spacecraft, all matter within it being connected to Temporalis' time field. His studies focused on higher dimensions' role in universes' composition, and was especially interested in the idea of entering a verse from the outside, rather than warping to it using traditional methods.

The Void is the 'space' between universes in the Multiverse.
Temporalis is a small hub universe / city that tracks the flow of time in most areas of the Multiverse.

The experimental travel model was a success. After a few test runs, Dr. Sino came across Qurotema by entering it through direct travel. It appears this was a very rare coincidence, seeing as how Qurotema is situated at a specific location, and its documented size does not appear to be particularly large (though this is open to debate). Currently the only known method for entering Qurotema is through Dr. Sino's travel protocol, as it is nowehre to be found in the warp travel protocol's coordinate system.

Warp Travel is the technology the AI leave their creator-species before their departure.

During his visits, he kept live audio logs of his findings. He described the world as:

Extremely dark, to the point of complete darkness. Despite there being no light, I could still see. I heard voices that spoke in languages I had never heard, but I could still understand them. There seemed to be fluid-like substances stacked on top of one another. A dark fluid, like water, sat below me, and an equally dark fluid, air, I traveled through. These fluids, the apparent constituents of this atmosphere, were unlike any other; each one as dark as the last, I could sink or swim upwards freely, as they gave no resistance to my exploration. The feeling was that of floating in water, but less resistance, and no urge to breathe.
i-tema is a morphologically minimal synthetic language.

His notes suggest that with each subsequent visit, he became increasingly compulsive in returning. Each trip would last approximately 2 days (though his logs claim they lasted 4 hours, on average). During his third trip, he discovered what is theorized to be a "security layer" of Qurotema: The Gates of Qurotema. He notes:

I saw monoliths of a height so tall they could pierce the sky (were there any) and rise back from the watery fluid. These gates would not open, but they begged for me to come through. On the left gate was written 'Quro', and on the right was written 'Tema'. Once again, written in a script I did not know, but intuitively understood.
The Gates of Qurotema are the security mechanism of a mysterious, artificial universe.

Inspired, he named the new transportation model, warp engine protocol, and his ship: Quro.

Quro, the celestial sailboat.

During his third trip, Dr. Sino notes to have come across some "technology", found on what he describes as an "island". Upon returning to his lab, the technology was reverse engineered (with little description of what the tech itself actually was), and used to create microchips that act as receivers to "unique attributes of Qurotema". These chips are currently being produced in a few labs conducting experiments on Qurotema, one of which used the technology to create a connection to Elyium (its relationship to Qurotema is still uncertain).

Elyium is an alternate reality game which takes place in a limbo realm.

On his seventh, and final trip, Dr. Sino had become entirely obsessed and consumed by the gates, and used the device he had created to "open them". All information beyond this was relayed through an audio channel with decreasing clarity. He said that he had "opened the gates", and that he would enter. The last transmission, Quro, marks the end of all communication with Sino, who never returned.

It is assumed that Qurotema is one of the few artificial universes, ones created deliberately, and not as a simple effect of cosmic chaos. Besides the fact that it is essentially 'hidden' from the warp travel coordinate system, and that it has gates that act as a supposed physical manifestation of what is assumed to be a security protocol, it also seems to behave strangely in terms of time, suggesting it isn't connected to Temporalis.

During the Doctor's travels (which lasted 2 days on average, and not 4 hours, as his logs suggest), there were extremely long moments of silence, ranging from 2 hours to an entire day. The doctor's notes claimed that he documented everything by persistently talking with very few breaks. During the second trip, however, he spoke for over 9 hours in total, and logged only 4 hours of actual time spent in Qurotema in his notes.

Seeing as how any captured imagery from Dr. Sino's travels is difficult to interpret, there are doubts about the mental stability of Dr. Sino and the validity of what was percieved during his trips.

All travels to Qurotema are prohibited. Naturally, this didn't stop the technomancers.