Responsive Design for Personalised Subtitles
The internet has dramatically changed how we distribute media: no longer the province of a few select broadcasters, media can now be created and shared by anyone with the simplest of mobile phones. It is also quickly becoming a medium of its own, and our research includes work on hybrid technologies and the Internet of Things.
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Automatic retrieval of closed captions for web clips from broadcast TV content
A brief outline of BBC research & development's facilities four years on from setting up the North Lab in MediaCityUK
A new way to enjoy and understand BBC dramas on the web
What if your favourite programme knew more about you? How a new approach to broadcasting enables personalised programmes
Covering the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games using IP Studio
...data ethics in the era of the quantified self and internet of things
Privacy is not only important - it is a human right and something the BBC takes very seriously
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
We are pleased to announce the launch of our Adaptive Media Streaming over HTTP/2 trial. We are inviting you to participate in order to help us gather important data.
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
North & Central R&D labs collaborate on an Ethical Dilemma Cafe installation