BBC R&D were approached by Radio 4 to help with an experiment to test the effectiveness of subliminal advertising in video.
Blog post on 19 Jan 2015
The public phase of the Adaptive Media Streaming over HTTP/2 trial has now formally ended and we are pleased to present some initial results.
Blog post on 16 Jan 2015
This week: atomising and classifying news, necessary documentation, authenticating to your TV, and automated workflows.
Blog post on 15 Jan 2015
BBC R&D shot the 2015 London New Year’s Eve Fireworks in “4k” Ultra High Definition and Higher Dynamic Range.
Blog post on 13 Jan 2015
Some of the highlights of the work carried out by BBC Research & Development and their partners over the last 12 months
Blog post on 22 Dec 2014
BBC R&D and Arqiva publish the results of their TV White Space Coexistence Studies with DTT
Blog post on 19 Dec 2014
We are pleased to announce the launch of our Adaptive Media Streaming over HTTP/2 trial. We are inviting you to participate in order to help us gather important data.
Blog post on 18 Dec 2014
Blog post on 1 Dec 2014
Xia Cui details her work with Internet Research & Future Services in evaluating speech/music discriminators
Blog post on 24 Nov 2014
Gender classification, radio art, surprisal, and creativity
Blog post on 17 Nov 2014
Weeknotes from the IRFS team - monitoring, processing and testing
Blog post on 6 Nov 2014
Welcome to the first edition of the BBC Audio Research Update. Once a month I would like to update you on our latest developments and work in the BBC R&D...
Blog post on 5 Nov 2014
Popcorn & smoothies with strings on the open web of things, R&D curate MozFest 2014