It is incredibly rare for anyone to to attempt to film entire sequences at high frame rates, with the intention of playing those sequences back at full-speed. As the video on the BBC Internet blog today shows, every aspect of the production is affected - from the huge amount of data we have to be able to handle, the amount of light we have to throw onto the scene and even how the crew interact with each other.
A description of the projects on BBC Research & Development's stand at IBC this year
We present some videos showing a variety of current and experimental methods for connecting and controlling devices, and describe some conclusions from our research in this area.
A prototype to control a radio from a web browser
IRFS at IBC, anecdotes about the Archers, and a lot of thinking about our craft
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.