This lab allows students to delve into electrical systems, sensors, microcontrollers, and artificial intelligence, enabling them to build robots that can be programmed to perform tasks, think, and learn like humans
AR/VR (Augmented Reality/ Virtual Reality) Lab
This lab focuses on interaction technologies such as augmented reality, virtual reality, and mixed reality. Students explore mobile computing, epigenetic and evolutionary robotics, and haptic communication in this lab.
Computer Vision Lab
In the Computer Vision Lab, students gain insights into the intricacies of vision and learn how to make machines perceive the world as humans do. They explore the applications of computer vision in diverse areas such as healthcare, agriculture, retail, autonomous vehicles, drones, manufacturing, security, traffic management, remote sensing, and defence.
The Media Studio is equipped with cutting-edge equipment, comparable to professional newsrooms, to provide students with extensive practice in content creation. They receive hands-on training in audio, video, and the social construction of media, following industry best practices.
Production Control Lab
Complementing the Media Studio, the Production Control Lab replicates the environment and technological standards of live digital media creation. Students learn lighting design, teleprompter reading, audio and video management, communication and monitoring systems, camera operation, pacing, voice modulation, and collaborative media production.
Audio Editing Bay
The Audio Editing Bay consists of acoustically treated rooms furnished with sound-mixing consoles, surround sound systems, and amplification equipment. Students utilize these facilities to record and edit podcasts, as well as record voice-overs for films and AR/VR applications.
VO Foley Room
The VO Foley Room provides students a dedicated space for reproducing everyday sound effects in a sound-isolated environment. This room plays a crucial role in the post-production process of audio stories, documentaries, and AR/VR applications.
Video Editing Bay
The Video Editing Bay is equipped with state-of-the-art audio equipment and supports HD, Ultra-HD, and 4K video editing. Students use professional software such as Adobe Creative Suite, playback interfaces, colour consoles, and reference monitors to refine and edit video content, including shorts, news pieces, feature-length stories, documentaries, and AR/VR projects.