We're carrying out a series of studies at the 2015 Edinburgh Festival to understand ways in which the BBC might enhance its coverage of live events.
The interfaces we use are no longer just physical; they can be graphical and virtual too, taking input from our gestures and the sound of our voice. Our work seeks to improve the interaction between people and technology, minimising the gap between a user's goal and a computer's understanding of their task.
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Responsive Design for Personalised Subtitles
Hyperaudio's Mark Boas talks about the future of communication
What opportunities for completely new forms of content do smart watches present to the BBC?
R&D share recent projects with the Tech City community for International Women's Day 2015
Randomness is the flavour of the week, with the launch of a new experimental video player and some Twitter Bots.
Some of the highlights of the work carried out by BBC Research & Development and their partners over the last 12 months
Popcorn & smoothies with strings on the open web of things, R&D curate MozFest 2014
BBC R&D head to London Design Festival 2014, and the Digital Design Weekend at the Victoria & Albert Museum
Task-based assessment of new and existing visualizations
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