Classrooms are usually used for theoretical lectures. All classrooms are equipped with computers and projectors for teacher and student presentations. In most classrooms, wide-format duplex monitors are provided for better visibility.
The Media Laboratory is an informal audiovisual creative research and experimentation space, equipped with high-quality technological infrastructure, which can only be used by the students of the master’s programme “New Media and Audiovisual Arts” and students of the RISEBA University’s doctoral programme “Media Arts and Creative Technologies”.
Lectures in “Art of Cinematography” and “Lighting” are held in the 300 square meter video studio. Students can ﬁlm their course works there during non-lecture time. The studio is equipped with a full-size black and green screen background and floor. Specific equipment available – camera crane with rails, RONIN, Steadicam. The university also provides training related to drone technology that meets the certiﬁcation standard. The video studio also has a stationary lighting system. Next to the video studio, there is also a make-up room, a storage room for costumes and props, and a sound recording studio.
The Architecture and Media Centre H2O 6 has three large and two small video editing studios. The large editing studios are equipped with 15–20 stationary iMac computers. Audiovisual editing lectures and practical training in digital editing take place in these studios. The small video editing studios are designed for students to work independently after lectures. All editing computers are equipped with Final Cut Pro, Adobe Creative Suite Production Premium, Logic Studio, Cinema 4D, while the Media Lab uses Mistika VR, point cloud applications for photogrammetry, 3D scanning, DeepL, Stable Diffusion for AI rendering, and other digital editing software.