Thank you for joining our celebration of the astounding work and achievements from our cohort of talented students in the School of Computing and Digital Media.
Year on year the School proves to be ready to face challenges head on, from getting to grips with the latest technology in robotics and artificial intelligence to mastering the art of sound recording and composition, diving head-first into the demands of journalism and pulling out all the stops to snap that perfect photo.
So when the pandemic hit us, with its own new demands, we could rest assured that ours is a community that wouldn't let this added challenge get in its way. If anything, it often proved a source of inspiration for creativity and problem solving!
On behalf of the individuals and teams who have worked so hard to get the most out of their time at London Met, we invite you to browse the showcase of our students' successes presented below.
Take a look at the brilliant projects completed by our students from across the School
From apps to websites, virtual to augmented reality and much more, our graduating digital media students showcase their technical, design and research skills in their final projects.
From scenes of celebration to history in the making, freeze-frames of victory to moments of intimacy. See the world through the lenses of our photojournalism students.
A cybernetic hand, a quadrocopter, remote-controlled cars... Get an insight into the projects that set our students up for life-changing careers in exciting fields.
From the development of gaming apps to voice-controlled fish feeders. Our graduating computer science students pulled out all the stops on their final projects.
Covering complex systems, coding and techniques, take a look at how our final year electronic engineering students put their problem solving skills to good use.
Film and Television
Read more about the Final Cuts Festival, an online showcase of the outstanding film and media work from our students.
Click through to see everything from mixed media animations, visual effects artworks and an artificial intelligence demo from students of our games degree courses.