In collaboration with our three university partners Surrey, Southampton and Salford BBC R&D is launching a major new five-year UK research collaboration between internationally leading experts in immersive audio, visual...
The BBC’s quality standards are extremely high, and our work ensures they are maintained throughout every development in audio and visual technology, from high definition TV to compressed video and 3D audio.
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BBC Research & Development are hosting the first UAS in Broadcast Conference on the 31st of October at Sywell Aerodrome. Unmanned Aircraft Systems are delivering exciting new camerawork possibilities in...
Getting people excited about our user-centred approach to subtitles...
White Paper WHP259: The Development of a Methodology to Evaluate the Perceived Quality of Live TV Subtitles
The Development of a Methodology to Evaluate the Perceived Quality of Live TV Subtitles
Localisation of Elevated Sources in Higher-Order Ambisonics
Localisation Performance of Higher-Order Ambisonics for Off-Centre Listening
White Paper WHP250: An Assessment of Virtual Surround Sound Systems for Headphone Listening of 5.1 Multichannel Audio
An Assessment of Virtual Surround Sound Systems for Headphone Listening of 5.1 Multichannel Audio
On the Influence of Headphones on Localisation of Loudspeaker Sources
Handout produced for IBC 2013
BBC Research & Development's chief Scientist Brandon Butterworth reflects on the trends at IBC 2013 so far
An outline of the projects and papers that BBC Research & Development are taking to IBC 2013
The VC-2 Low Delay Video Codec
Measurement of Subtitle Quality: an R&D Perspective
Candidate Techniques for Improving Live Subtitle Quality
An overview of what we think object-based broadcasting might be...