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A prototype automated subtitle monitoring system built to provide background data for research on subtitle quality.
Higher frame rate television for future broadcasts at the Commonwealth Games – “But I already have a 100Hz TV…?”
BBC Research & Development recently demonstrated higher frame rate (HFR) technology at its public Commonwealth Games showcase in Glasgow.
The Application of Sampling Theory to Television Frame Rate Requirements
White Paper WHP 283: Non-linear Opto-Electrical Transfer Functions for High Dynamic Range Television
Non-linear Opto-Electrical Transfer Functions for High Dynamic Range Television
An outline of the projects BBC Research & Development will be showcasing at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow
BBC Research & Development, in collaboration with EE, Huawei and Qualcomm Technologies, Inc., is to demonstrate 4G Broadcast at its public Commonwealth Games Showcase in the Glasgow Science Centre.
White Paper WHP277: BBC halfRF MIMO Radio-camera Programme Trial - Rugby Six Nations, Twickenham Stadium
BBC halfRF MIMO Radio-camera Programme Trial - Rugby Six Nations, Twickenham Stadium
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...
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...