Both Master's and Doctoral students come together to collaborate in the large Project Room, which is designed to allow flexibility in use by a particular project or class. Smaller discussion rooms are also available for break-out sessions.
The Hacking Studio is an integrated "Build to Think" space for discussions and brainstorming sessions. It is also a rapid prototyping environment with soldering stations, printed circuit board milling, lumber cutting, and metalworking equipment. Students use 3D printers and laser cutters to do "Tinkering" and rapid prototyping, which accelerates the design process.
In the professionally equipped multi-purpose Media Studio, students engage in a wide range of creative activities from producing musical performances to directing and filming videos. A mixing booth is available to students in certain courses that can be used for recording and mixing music, chroma key video editing, and motion data recording using motion capture, among other uses.
Broad experimentation and development using cutting edge technology, such as high-speed networks and server racks, and 3D and super-high definition video editing takes place in the Network Studio. The sensory feedback devices and large 4K interactive displays greatly enhance research in virtual reality.