Covering the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games using IP Studio
Commonwealth Games Showcase 2014
BBC Research and Development are exhibiting a range of new trials in public demonstrations as part of its Commonwealth Games Showcase.
These experiments bring together a wide range of industry collaborators and are helping to shape BBC R&D’s vision for the future of TV, and include a number of broadcasting milestones:
The first ever Ultra-HD broadcast of a Commonwealth Games
The first major live event to be produced and delivered entirely over the internet
The first UK trial broadcasting live coverage over 4G mobile networks
The first live virtual reality broadcast combining 360-degree video with 3D audio
The first public outing for several cutting-edge BBC R&D projects demonstrating the editorial and creative potential of a new internet-based broadcasting system
All trials and demonstrations are open to the public in the Glasgow Science Centre’s Clyde Suite from 10am to 5pm throughout the Games (24 July-3 August) and will form part of the wider BBC at the Quay festivities.
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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
Immersive Live Event Experiences - Interactive UHDTV on Mobile Devices
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.
A glimpse behind the scenes into the state-of-the-art network enabling all the advanced technologies being shown at the BBC R&D Commonwealth Games 2014 Showcase.
A look at some of the new audiovisual experiences on offer at BBC R&D's Commonwealth Games showcase in Glasgow
BBC Research & Development talk about their upcoming UHD broadcast for the Commonwealth Games
An outline of the projects BBC Research & Development will be showcasing at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow
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.