What opportunities for completely new forms of content do smart watches present to the BBC?
Unlike other broadcast technologies, the internet provides a way of receiving information as well as sending it. The potential for interacting with the BBC’s programmes is endless: audiences could vote and play games, or choose the camera angle from which they’d like to view an event.
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What if your favourite programme knew more about you? How a new approach to broadcasting enables personalised programmes
BBC R&D head to London Design Festival 2014, and the Digital Design Weekend at the Victoria & Albert Museum
A description of the projects on BBC Research & Development's stand at IBC this year
A look at some of the new audiovisual experiences on offer at BBC R&D's Commonwealth Games showcase in Glasgow
Exploring how devices announce and find each other on the network and describe what they’re capable of to others
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
The makers of some short promotional films about consumer electronics kits talk about their experiences
IRFS Weeknotes covering Cross Platform Authentication demonstration at the EBU
A whistlestop tour of some of the work to come out of BBC Research & Development's North Lab in 2013
Visualising peoples internet connections in realtime looking at the geographical distribution of content servers on the internet.
Did you like choosing which set of fans you could listen to during a match?