This year at IBC, BBC Research & Development is focussed on demonstrating the department’s work around Object-Based Broadcasting.
The term ‘object-based media’ has become commonly used to describe the representation of media content by a set of individual assets together with metadata describing their relationships and associations. In the video below Frank Melchior describes the rationale behind why BBC R&D is involved in this area of research and gives an overview of the department’s object-based research projects.
An overview of JS Conf EU 2014
Analysing the results of crowdsourcing data for the World Service archive
Task-based assessment of new and existing visualizations
Higher frame rate television for future broadcasts at the Commonwealth Games – “But I already have a 100Hz TV…?”
BBC Research & Development recently demonstrated higher frame rate (HFR) technology at its public Commonwealth Games showcase in Glasgow.
How we built an automated summarisation system - from broadcast signal to web browsers.
Latest news from the Internet Research & Future Services team in BBC R&D.
BBC Research & Development, in collaboration with EE, Huawei and Qualcomm Technologies, Inc., is to demonstrate 4G Broadcast at its public Commonwealth Games Showcase in the Glasgow Science Centre.
An outline of the projects BBC Research & Development will be showcasing at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow
BBC Research & Development talk about their upcoming UHD broadcast for the Commonwealth Games