IRFS Weeknotes covering Cross Platform Authentication demonstration at the EBU
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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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?
White Paper WHP272: Object-Based Audio Applied to Football Broadcasts - The 5 live Football Experiment
Object-Based Audio Applied to Football Broadcasts - The 5 live Football Experiment
Building an open source Web component for audio waveform visualisation and interaction
Musical Movements – Gesture Based Audio Interfaces
Exploring how we can help people design and build connected things at the British HCI Internet of Things Conference 2013
In its 2nd ever outing, Alexis Kirke shows Many World to BBC North.
The Internet of Things team challenged developers to build networked, physical devices based on the magical powers of children.
How the flexibility of a software-based studio might enable production of object-based media at scale
The head of BBC R&D's North Lab, Dr. Adrian Woolard, outlines the focus of the department's latest research partnership