"At one point, the laser caused a loose bit of film to catch fire...." - X-ray and lasers help restore an episode of Morecambe and Wise.
Blog post on 30 Dec 2017
A 'film-eating disease', a small town in Nigeria, dentistry, algorithms and a laser. How did they all play a part in recovering a lost episode of their BBC show?
Blog post on 29 Dec 2017
Affordable consumer VR hardware, new devices and initiatives from major players, consumer Augmented Reality going mainstream.
Blog post on 28 Dec 2017
How we've been driving adoption of emerging technology from both within BBC R&D and from the industry.
Blog post on 27 Dec 2017
Experiments with news for voice devices, bespoke chatbots, international hackathons and more...
Blog post on 26 Dec 2017
Find out what our 2016 intake of graduates have been doing over the last 12 months.
Blog post on 20 Dec 2017
We're moving towards newer technologies, designed for the Internet age, to bring viewers improved and richer interactive experiences.
Our second UHD trial comprising all seven episodes of Blue Planet II in UHD HDR on the iPlayer.
Blog post on 5 Dec 2017
GARDEN, user reseach, peaks.js update, newswigs, and quote extaction and attribution
Blog post on 4 Dec 2017
Details of our trials to simultaneously deliver audio, video and data to crowds in an area without congestion or buffering.
Blog post on 29 Nov 2017
Our landmark report published in 1967 foresaw how television signals would be digitised over the following 50 years.
Blog post on 24 Nov 2017
A report from the recent 40th anniversary conference of the International Federation of Television Archives.
Blog post on 23 Nov 2017
We hosted a 2-day workshop at the Sarajevo Unlimited conference where we invited 18 excellent candidates to join us to begin designing the living room of the future.
The OBM community of practice so far and where next?
Designing a novel media experience exploring the potential relationship between object based media and Internet of Things devices
Blog post on 20 Nov 2017