Privacy is not only important - it is a human right and something the BBC takes very seriously
Randomness is the flavour of the week, with the launch of a new experimental video player and some Twitter Bots.
Some of the highlights of the work carried out by BBC Research & Development and their partners over the last 12 months
Sometime you enter the lab on a Friday afternoon and your team presents you with something which is just magical.
BBC R&D were approached by Radio 4 to help with an experiment to test the effectiveness of subliminal advertising in video.
The public phase of the Adaptive Media Streaming over HTTP/2 trial has now formally ended and we are pleased to present some initial results.
This week: atomising and classifying news, necessary documentation, authenticating to your TV, and automated workflows.
BBC R&D shot the London New Year’s Eve Fireworks 2015 in “4k” Ultra High Definition (UHD) and Higher Dynamic Range (HDR).
BBC R&D and Arqiva publish the results of their TV White Space Coexistence Studies with DTT
We are pleased to announce the launch of our Adaptive Media Streaming over HTTP/2 trial. We are inviting you to participate in order to help us gather important data.
Xia Cui details her work with Internet Research & Future Services in evaluating speech/music discriminators
Gender classification, radio art, surprisal, and creativity