How IIITH Is Making Memories In A Lab
On the heels of Masters student Kumar Neelabh’s return from the Computational NeuroScience Summer School held in Norway, we take a sneak peek at his area of research and other things brewing at the Memory and NeuroDynamics Lab. At
IIITH’s Lab Captures it Right with 3D and 4D...
With 3D digitization of humans, the Human Motion Capture lab at IIITH is not just facilitating the future of fashion but also actively contributing to the preservation of dance heritage. Here’s how. Bharatnatyam dancers complete in their traditional gear may
Accepting Human-like Digital Avatars as Friends or...
Audiences watching Polar Express, the first CGI musical fantasy reported a gamut of conflicting emotions. Somewhere between “Dang, this is some futuristic animation” to “Stop! Get me off this train” is where they experienced Uncanny Valley. IIITH student Medha Sharma’s
For A Quantum Leap In The Race
As part of the R&D Showcase held in March, IIITH facilitated a roundtable discussion on Quantum Science and Technology to brainstorm on where we are at and the way forward in terms of Quantum technology. Here’s a brief summary of
The Importance of An Honest Headline
IIITH’s research reveals that readers don’t trust content with clickbait headlines; spend less time on them and that online Hindi content suffers from the same malaise. Here’s What Will Happen If This Heatwave Doesn’t Abate! With unrelenting temperatures scorching most
IIITH’s Innovation-focused strategy, a patently ...
“One of the gold standards to measure your innovation is your ability to patent it. Does it have scope to be globally accepted and recognized? This is something that you owe to yourself” believes Prakash Yalla, Head of IIITH’s Product