• Open student room

  • Computer vision experiment in the dark room

  • Various cameras and lenses

  • Discussions in the student room

  • Experiment using optics

  • Experiment in unusual environmental test site

  • Computer graphics

  • Discussions in the meeting room.

  • Experiment in the Miraikan

  • Muscle measurement experiment


The research topics in our laboratory include Computer Vision to understand scenes according to visual information obtained by a camera, and Computer Graphics to generate rich visual information for human. We are aiming to realize a new interface that enables human and machine to interact through optical media based on cutting edge researches.

What's new

July 28-30, 2021
Hibiki and Yasuto received the MIRU Student Encouragement Awards.
Apr. 1, 2021
Assistant Professor Yuki Fujimura joined to our lab.
Mar 8, 2021
Daiki received the Graduate School Research Award from Society of Automotive Engineers of Japan.
Nov. 6, 2020
The presentation by Taikai at the CVIM workshop received the CVIM Encouragement Award.
Jan. 17, 2020
We have issued a Press Release on a technology for embedding data in printed objects.
Jan. 16, 2020
We have issued a University News on demonstrations at the JAPAN TECH booth in CES2020 held in Las Vegas, USA. Prof. Kubo has demonstrated a practical device for imaging blood vessels in human skin in real-time.