This is the second of three blog posts which all feature short papers on topics related to subtitling.
The three papers were presented as part of the industrial track of TVX 2014 conference on interactive experiences for television and online video, which took place in Newcastle in June this year.
This paper explores the issues around improving subtitle placement and describes some early user research work which investigated the impact of dynamic subtitle placement on the eye gaze of the viewer.
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.
Weeknotes for 6-17th October 2014
A surround sound radio drama rendered in real-time to headphone surround in the web browser... without plug-ins!
A description of the projects on BBC Research & Development's stand at IBC this year
Capturing high frame rate video sequences for testing the effect of different frame rates on human perception of motion.
Our work on the AS-11 file format with the DPP and the AMWA
Developing wearable Cat Cams for Cat Watch 2014
Analysing the results of crowdsourcing data for the World Service archive
Future News Stream, Mediascape, EBU Devcon and The Research Thing on accessibility research
An introduction to the Cross Platform Authentication protocol