9 posts about r on this blog
Thursday 14 August 2014, 14:50
You'll need to be at home with a tape measure, and it should only take about 10 minutes.
Thursday 7 August 2014, 15:06
The Commonwealth Games gave the BBC’s Research & Development team a chance to try out Ultra High Definition TV and showcase some of their other projects
Monday 9 June 2014, 08:53
This afternoon the BBC Radio Theatre in London W1 is the setting for our sixth BBC Online Briefing. We’re very much looking forward to meeting those digital partners and suppliers who are coming along and sharing some ideas about the BBC’s digital strategy.
Monday 4 November 2013, 12:43
We wanted to increase the understanding of Unmanned Aircraft Systems amongst broadcasters and of broadcast amongst the UAS operators across the board, for the benefit of all.
Tuesday 30 July 2013, 12:32
Last week, we held the second event - focusing on the move to an IP based future in broadcasting, looking at content creation, consumption, and distribution.
Thursday 13 June 2013, 12:00
In BBC R&D we're used to working on cutting edge technology for broadcast use so my colleague Tony Richardson and I were really excited when Horizon approached us to develop the cat-cams which were to be used to track the lives of several cat subjects.
Tuesday 4 June 2013, 08:01
This is an overview of what we think object-based broadcasting might be, how it's different to traditional broadcasting and what benefits it could potentially bring to our audience.
Recently there have been a number of public facing experiments (here and here) which have explored various aspects of taking...
Wednesday 29 May 2013, 08:01
My name is Alia Sheikh, I am a technologist at BBC Research & Development (R&D) and have also trained as a director.
BBC R&D often develops new technologies intended for production environments such as new types of camera equipment or studio systems. These need to be tested but it can be expensive and...
Tuesday 28 May 2013, 08:00
One of the challenges facing the BBC is the increasing pressure to produce ever increasing volumes of audio and video content for a variety of different platforms (e.g. for television, PC, mobile and tablet) whilst maintaining a very high level of quality.
Staff from the BBC's online and technology teams talk about BBC Online, BBC iPlayer, BBC Red Button and the BBC's digital and mobile services. The blog is reactively moderated. Your host is Nick Reynolds.
Stay updated with the latest posts from the blog.
Content from Twitter. Learn more about content from Twitter.