This week, the Walls Have Eyes, the News is atomised and Stories have arcs.
Blog post on 30 Apr 2015
The audio team has been out in the in the woods. Read why ….
Blog post on 24 Apr 2015
What opportunities for completely new forms of content do smart watches present to the BBC?
Blog post on 8 Apr 2015
Results from the RE@CT project in a public demo on BBC Taster
Blog post on 1 Apr 2015
Atomised News prototypes, Walls Have Eyes, Sentiment analysis, Web standards, Home Front prototype and UCLIC's Design Experience module
Blog post on 26 Mar 2015
Walls Have Eyes is at the Design Museum
Blog post on 24 Mar 2015
What if your favourite programme knew more about you? How a new approach to broadcasting enables personalised programmes
Blog post on 13 Mar 2015
This two-day event on innovation in sound production and broadcasting will feature talks by inspirational artists, producers and engineers, and demonstrations of state-of-the-art audio technology.
Blog post on 12 Mar 2015
In this episode of IRFS weeknotes: the walls have eyes, the news have atoms, and the cloud is the cloud is the cloud.
Blog post on 11 Mar 2015
R&D share recent projects with the Tech City community for International Women's Day 2015
Blog post on 9 Mar 2015
We are releasing an open source project that shows how to measure the accuracy of synchronisation of TVs and companion devices that use the DVB protocols for companion synchronisation
Blog post on 3 Mar 2015
Data ethics in the era of the quantified self and internet of things.
Blog post on 24 Feb 2015
Radio, News, Open Source Software and more in these, our Weeknotes.
Blog post on 23 Feb 2015
Blog post on 11 Feb 2015