• Open student room.

  • Computer vision experiment in the dark room.

  • Various cameras and lenses.

  • Working together in the Creative Circle

  • Experiment using optics.

  • Computer graphics.

  • Experiment in unusual environmental test site.

  • Discussions in the meeting room.

  • Temperature measurement with a mid-infrared camera.

  • Projection mapping to dancers.

  • Hyperspectral imaging of stained-glass in France.


The research topics in our laboratory include Computer Vision, which understands scenes based on visual information captured by a camera, and Computer Graphics, which generates rich visual information for humans. We aim to realize a novel interface that enables humans and machines to interact through optical media based on cutting-edge research.

What's new

April 1, 2022
Assistant Professor Kazuya Kitano joined to our lab.
Mar. 28, 2022
We have issued a Press Release on a technology of a mathematical method to calibrate scans of stained-glass windows to account for changes in natural light.