The audio team has been out in the in the woods. Read why ….
Television and radio is no longer about a screen and a pair of speakers. We want our audiences to experience BBC programmes as if they’re actually there, fully and in three dimensions. Want to walk alongside dinosaurs, or hear one section of an orchestra louder than the others? Our research means soon you might just do so.
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The audio team has had an exciting opportunity to work with Blue Peter. Read more about how this came about ….
Sometime you enter the lab on a Friday afternoon and your team presents you with something which is just magical.
BBC R&D shot the London New Year’s Eve Fireworks 2015 in “4k” Ultra High Definition (UHD) and Higher Dynamic Range (HDR).
We've created a special headphone mix of this World War One radio drama using binaural effects.
Capturing high frame rate video sequences for testing the effect of different frame rates on human perception of motion.
A description of the projects on BBC Research & Development's stand at IBC this year
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 look at some of the new audiovisual experiences on offer at BBC R&D's Commonwealth Games showcase in Glasgow
White Paper WHP 283: Non-linear Opto-Electrical Transfer Functions for High Dynamic Range Television
Non-linear Opto-Electrical Transfer Functions for High Dynamic Range Television
An outline of the projects BBC Research & Development will be showcasing at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow
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