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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
A whistlestop tour of some of the work to come out of BBC Research & Development's North Lab in 2013
File-Based Preservation of the BBC’s Videotape Archive
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...
Production of High Dynamic Range Video
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
The IP Studio project has its most ambitious public outing to date
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
Understanding and Decreasing the Network Footprint of Catch-up TV