What if your favourite programme knew more about you? How a new approach to broadcasting enables personalised programmes
We want everyone to enjoy our programmes, whether they use a remote control, a mouse or touch screen to access them, and whatever their age and ability. Recent projects have looked at personal assistive technology, customising existing devices and interfaces activated by gesture and voice.
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Some of the highlights of the work carried out by BBC Research & Development and their partners over the last 12 months
Subtitles presented using rapid serial visual presentation
A prototype automated subtitle monitoring system built to provide background data for research on subtitle quality.
Future News Stream, Mediascape, EBU Devcon and The Research Thing on accessibility research
An overview of JS Conf EU 2014
A description of the projects on BBC Research & Development's stand at IBC this year
This year, representatives from BBC Research and Development attended the international conference of Computer-Human Interaction or ‘CHI’ 2014
A whistlestop tour of some of the work to come out of BBC Research & Development's North Lab in 2013
Getting people excited about our user-centred approach to subtitles...
An outline of the projects and papers that BBC Research & Development are taking to IBC 2013
The head of BBC R&D's North Lab, Dr. Adrian Woolard, outlines the focus of the department's latest research partnership
As part of the celebrations of the BBC being in Salford for two years BBC Research & Development host some tours of their Lab Facility in Dock House, MediaCityUK