Design and Evaluation of a Client-side Recommender System
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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A whistlestop tour of some of the work to come out of BBC Research & Development's North Lab in 2013
A day at the Unrulyversity, getting ready for the Speakerthon, a long-awaited schema/org addition, and more from weeknotes #162 of the Internet Research and Future Services team.
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
Evaluation of a Mood-Based Graphical User Interface for Accessing TV Archives
White Paper WHP251: On the use of a Haptic Feedback Device for Sound Source Control in Spatial Audio Systems
On the use of a Haptic Feedback Device for Sound Source Control in Spatial Audio Systems
Musical Movements – Gesture Based Audio Interfaces
White Paper WHP249: A Voice Classification System for Younger Children with Applications to Content Navigation
A Voice Classification System for Younger Children with Applications to Content Navigation
We're opening up wiki-style editing on the World Service Archive prototype, in an effort to understand how accurate community-sourced metadata can be, compared to professional curation.
Exploring how we can help people design and build connected things at the British HCI Internet of Things Conference 2013
Our latest Trainee Research Scientists and Technologists joined BBC R&D this September. We gave them two weeks to design and build a prototype using an Oculus Rift VR headset.