MECHATRONICS CENTER / INNOVATION HUB

MECHATRONICS CENTER / INNOVATION HUB

THE YOUTH HUB

THE YOUTH HUB

An incubator offered to the youth, from all over the world, to express their talents, discover their passion, practice their hobbies and unleash their creativity in 50 domains that Fractal Systems is embracing.

At Fractal Systems, we believe that the youth is the synonym of passion, innovation and dreams. We are offering the young talent the opportunity to exercise and to enhance their skills on very innovative real projects.

Our bet on students is a bet on the future. It is true; more than 75% of our current staff were former interns.

An incubator offered to the youth, from all over the world, to express their talents, discover their passion, practice their hobbies and unleash their creativity in 50 domains that Fractal Systems is embracing.

At Fractal Systems, we believe that the youth is the synonym of passion, innovation and dreams. We are offering the young talent the opportunity to exercise and to enhance their skills on very innovative real projects.

Our bet on students is a bet on the future. It is true; more than 75% of our current staff were former interns.

Mechatronics Center

RIT Dubai and Fractal Systems combined their efforts to establish the Mechatronics Center. Experts from both organizations jointly conduct development and research projects in latest technologies. Our student are working with Fractal Systems as part of their co-op, and are regularly involved in developing new, innovative technologies in cooperation with the company. 

The collaboration with a global University like RIT Dubai is important to us (FRACTAL SYSTEMS) as an innovative company. I especially enjoy it if our co-op students from RIT Dubai start to really apply their theoretical knowledge in our innovative work. As our clients are internationally renowned companies from all around the world the students get exposed to an international work environment that will benefit them in their future careers.

The work of the students is amazing and is exemplary of the RIT way of experiential learning. Below is a collection of projects, a description of each, in some cases a video and the names of the students who worked on them. I hope you’ll be as impressed as I was when I saw them.

Mechatronics Center

RIT Dubai and Fractal Systems combined their efforts to establish the Mechatronics Center. Experts from both organizations jointly conduct development and research projects in latest technologies. Our student are working with Fractal Systems as part of their co-op, and are regularly involved in developing new, innovative technologies in cooperation with the company. 

The collaboration with a global University like RIT Dubai is important to us (FRACTAL SYSTEMS) as an innovative company. I especially enjoy it if our co-op students from RIT Dubai start to really apply their theoretical knowledge in our innovative work. As our clients are internationally renowned companies from all around the world the students get exposed to an international work environment that will benefit them in their future careers.

The work of the students is amazing and is exemplary of the RIT way of experiential learning. Below is a collection of projects, a description of each, in some cases a video and the names of the students who worked on them. I hope you’ll be as impressed as I was when I saw them.

Some of the projects done by our students

The Matrix Ring consists of 30 cameras connected on a 180° ring, and takes 30 pictures at the same time. Students created an application which would produce a video combining all the photos.                                              

RIT Dubai Student Team: Nadhir Mechai (BS, electrical engineering), Sadiya Siddique (BS, electrical engineering), Hazell Gamboa (BS, electrical engineering), Michelle Jayawickrema (BS, mechanical engineering), Young Jae Kim (BS, mechanical engineering) and Abdallah El Hayek (BS, mechanical engineering).

Matrix Ring

The Matrix Ring consists of 30 cameras connected on a 180° ring, and takes 30 pictures at the same time. Students created an application which would produce a video combining all the photos.

RIT Dubai Student Team: Nadhir Mechai (BS, electrical engineering), Sadiya Siddique (BS, electrical engineering), Hazell Gamboa (BS, electrical engineering), Michelle Jayawickrema (BS, mechanical engineering), Young Jae Kim (BS, mechanical engineering) and Abdallah El Hayek (BS, mechanical engineering).
Cheoptics 360 is a technology which allows you to display any kind of image or animation through a glass pyramid that projects the image in realistic 3D.  The application, movie, or image generated by the four projectors is re-assembled within the polymeric prism through a process of mirroring and reflection, making them appear to float inside the pyramid. Cheoptics 360 projections appear real and touchable. This technology has nearly unlimited content possibilities including sales, entertainment and education. A video demonstration of the technology is available on the Fractal Systems Youtube channel.                                              

RIT Dubai Student Team: Hazell Gamboa (BS, electrical engineering), Nadhir Mechai (BS, electrical engineering), Sadiya Siddique (BS, electrical engineering) and Eimen Hanmouri (BS, mechanical engineering) .

Cheoptics 360

Cheoptics 360 is a technology which allows you to display any kind of image or animation through a glass pyramid that projects the image in realistic 3D. The application, movie, or image generated by the four projectors is re-assembled within the polymeric prism through a process of mirroring and reflection, making them appear to float inside the pyramid. Cheoptics 360 projections appear real and touchable. This technology has nearly unlimited content possibilities including sales, entertainment and education. A video demonstration of the technology is available on the Fractal Systems Youtube channel.

RIT Dubai Student Team: Hazell Gamboa (BS, electrical engineering), Nadhir Mechai (BS, electrical engineering), Sadiya Siddique (BS, electrical engineering) and Eimen Hanmouri (BS, mechanical engineering) .



The Zeppelin Camera is a system that allows the user to remotely take photos and videos that can then be transmitted live to a giant projection screen through a Wi-Fi network. The system also allows sharing to social networks. View the Zeppelin Camera in action in this video.                                             

RIT Dubai Student Team: Abdallah El Hayek (BS, mechanical engineering), Michelle Jayawickrema (BS, mechanical engineering), and Young Jae Kim (BS, mechanical engineering).

Zeppelin Camera

The Zeppelin Camera is a system that allows the user to remotely take photos and videos that can then be transmitted live to a giant projection screen through a Wi-Fi network. The system also allows sharing to social networks. View the Zeppelin Camera in action in this video.

RIT Dubai Student Team: Abdallah El Hayek (BS, mechanical engineering), Michelle Jayawickrema (BS, mechanical engineering), and Young Jae Kim (BS, mechanical engineering).
This 2D hologram of a virtual hostess is a strikingly life-like video image rear-projected on to a human shaped silhouette made of thin, laser-cut Plexiglas. The idea behind the virtual hostess is to provide directions in an easier, more eye-catching way than traditional electronic display terminals used by airline passengers. This 21st century technology is also a way to emphasize the modernity of an airport to travelers. 

The virtual hostesses were installed in Orly Airport in Paris and Luton Airport in London as a pilot project last summer. In both cases, the virtual hostess was seen as an enhancement of airport services and provided gate directions, flight boarding times or the latest security rules. This new method of communicating with customers attracts attention of travelers, as seen in this Youtube video.                                             

RIT Dubai Student Team: Hazell Gamboa (BS, electrical engineering), Nadhir Mechai (BS, electrical engineering), Young Jae Kim (BS, mechanical engineering).

Virtual Hostess

This 2D hologram of a virtual hostess is a strikingly life-like video image rear-projected on to a human shaped silhouette made of thin, laser-cut Plexiglas. The idea behind the virtual hostess is to provide directions in an easier, more eye-catching way than traditional electronic display terminals used by airline passengers. This 21st century technology is also a way to emphasize the modernity of an airport to travelers. The virtual hostesses were installed in Orly Airport in Paris and Luton Airport in London as a pilot project last summer. In both cases, the virtual hostess was seen as an enhancement of airport services and provided gate directions, flight boarding times or the latest security rules. This new method of communicating with customers attracts attention of travelers, as seen in this Youtube video.

RIT Dubai Student Team: Hazell Gamboa (BS, electrical engineering), Nadhir Mechai (BS, electrical engineering), Young Jae Kim (BS, mechanical engineering).

Some of the projects done by our students

The Matrix Ring consists of 30 cameras connected on a 180° ring, and takes 30 pictures at the same time. Students created an application which would produce a video combining all the photos.                                              

RIT Dubai Student Team: Nadhir Mechai (BS, electrical engineering), Sadiya Siddique (BS, electrical engineering), Hazell Gamboa (BS, electrical engineering), Michelle Jayawickrema (BS, mechanical engineering), Young Jae Kim (BS, mechanical engineering) and Abdallah El Hayek (BS, mechanical engineering).

Matrix Ring

The Matrix Ring consists of 30 cameras connected on a 180° ring, and takes 30 pictures at the same time. Students created an application which would produce a video combining all the photos.

RIT Dubai Student Team: Nadhir Mechai (BS, electrical engineering), Sadiya Siddique (BS, electrical engineering), Hazell Gamboa (BS, electrical engineering), Michelle Jayawickrema (BS, mechanical engineering), Young Jae Kim (BS, mechanical engineering) and Abdallah El Hayek (BS, mechanical engineering).
Cheoptics 360 is a technology which allows you to display any kind of image or animation through a glass pyramid that projects the image in realistic 3D.  The application, movie, or image generated by the four projectors is re-assembled within the polymeric prism through a process of mirroring and reflection, making them appear to float inside the pyramid. Cheoptics 360 projections appear real and touchable. This technology has nearly unlimited content possibilities including sales, entertainment and education. A video demonstration of the technology is available on the Fractal Systems Youtube channel.                                              

RIT Dubai Student Team: Hazell Gamboa (BS, electrical engineering), Nadhir Mechai (BS, electrical engineering), Sadiya Siddique (BS, electrical engineering) and Eimen Hanmouri (BS, mechanical engineering) .

Cheoptics 360

Cheoptics 360 is a technology which allows you to display any kind of image or animation through a glass pyramid that projects the image in realistic 3D. The application, movie, or image generated by the four projectors is re-assembled within the polymeric prism through a process of mirroring and reflection, making them appear to float inside the pyramid. Cheoptics 360 projections appear real and touchable. This technology has nearly unlimited content possibilities including sales, entertainment and education. A video demonstration of the technology is available on the Fractal Systems Youtube channel.

RIT Dubai Student Team: Hazell Gamboa (BS, electrical engineering), Nadhir Mechai (BS, electrical engineering), Sadiya Siddique (BS, electrical engineering) and Eimen Hanmouri (BS, mechanical engineering) .



The Zeppelin Camera is a system that allows the user to remotely take photos and videos that can then be transmitted live to a giant projection screen through a Wi-Fi network. The system also allows sharing to social networks. View the Zeppelin Camera in action in this video.                                             

RIT Dubai Student Team: Abdallah El Hayek (BS, mechanical engineering), Michelle Jayawickrema (BS, mechanical engineering), and Young Jae Kim (BS, mechanical engineering).

Zeppelin Camera

The Zeppelin Camera is a system that allows the user to remotely take photos and videos that can then be transmitted live to a giant projection screen through a Wi-Fi network. The system also allows sharing to social networks. View the Zeppelin Camera in action in this video.

RIT Dubai Student Team: Abdallah El Hayek (BS, mechanical engineering), Michelle Jayawickrema (BS, mechanical engineering), and Young Jae Kim (BS, mechanical engineering).
This 2D hologram of a virtual hostess is a strikingly life-like video image rear-projected on to a human shaped silhouette made of thin, laser-cut Plexiglas. The idea behind the virtual hostess is to provide directions in an easier, more eye-catching way than traditional electronic display terminals used by airline passengers. This 21st century technology is also a way to emphasize the modernity of an airport to travelers. 

The virtual hostesses were installed in Orly Airport in Paris and Luton Airport in London as a pilot project last summer. In both cases, the virtual hostess was seen as an enhancement of airport services and provided gate directions, flight boarding times or the latest security rules. This new method of communicating with customers attracts attention of travelers, as seen in this Youtube video.                                             

RIT Dubai Student Team: Hazell Gamboa (BS, electrical engineering), Nadhir Mechai (BS, electrical engineering), Young Jae Kim (BS, mechanical engineering).

Virtual Hostess

This 2D hologram of a virtual hostess is a strikingly life-like video image rear-projected on to a human shaped silhouette made of thin, laser-cut Plexiglas. The idea behind the virtual hostess is to provide directions in an easier, more eye-catching way than traditional electronic display terminals used by airline passengers. This 21st century technology is also a way to emphasize the modernity of an airport to travelers. The virtual hostesses were installed in Orly Airport in Paris and Luton Airport in London as a pilot project last summer. In both cases, the virtual hostess was seen as an enhancement of airport services and provided gate directions, flight boarding times or the latest security rules. This new method of communicating with customers attracts attention of travelers, as seen in this Youtube video.

RIT Dubai Student Team: Hazell Gamboa (BS, electrical engineering), Nadhir Mechai (BS, electrical engineering), Young Jae Kim (BS, mechanical engineering).

Partnering Universities

Rochester Institute of Technology
American University of Sharjah
Heriot Watt University
GEMS International School
American University in Dubai
Birla Institute of Technology & Science
Manipal University

Partnering Universities

Rochester Institute of Technology
American University of Sharjah
Heriot Watt University
GEMS International School
American University in Dubai
Birla Institute of Technology & Science
Manipal University

Internship at Fractal Systems

Internship at Fractal Systems