During November we have had the chance to publicise a few of our projects. This is always a great experience, especially if it triggers new discussions and exchanges with our audience and our national and international colleagues in research. You can read some detail about our activities here.
Xia Cui details her work with Internet Research & Future Services in evaluating speech/music discriminators
Gender classification, radio art, surprisal, and creativity
Weeknotes from the IRFS team - monitoring, processing and testing
Popcorn & smoothies with strings on the open web of things, R&D curate MozFest 2014
Welcome to the first edition of the BBC Audio Research Update. Once a month I would like to update you on our latest developments and work in the BBC R&D...
A description of the projects on BBC Research & Development's stand at IBC this year
North & Central R&D labs collaborate on an Ethical Dilemma Cafe installation
BBC R&D head to London Design Festival 2014, and the Digital Design Weekend at the Victoria & Albert Museum
Automatically creating 30 second versions of songs for podcasts
Subtitles presented using rapid serial visual presentation
Last week we launched two experimental immersive headphone experiences in collaboration with Radio 4. Now we'd like your feedback.
We've created a special headphone mix of this World War One radio drama using binaural effects.
A prototype automated subtitle monitoring system built to provide background data for research on subtitle quality.