IRFS weeknotes - media processing, waveforms, precision and recall
Blog post on 14 Oct 2013
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...
Blog post on 9 Oct 2013
Getting people excited about our user-centred approach to subtitles...
Blog post on 8 Oct 2013
Highlighting the work carried out by the BBC Audio Research Partnership
Blog post on 3 Oct 2013
Globetrotting, Frankenpins and radio appearances. It can only be the weeknotes.
Blog post on 30 Sep 2013
The IP Studio project has its most ambitious public outing to date.
Blog post on 28 Sep 2013
We're opening up wiki-style editing on the World Service Archive prototype, in an effort to understand how accurate community-sourced metadata can be, compared to professional curation.
Blog post on 23 Sep 2013
An introduction to how IRFS have prototyped radio devices using open source hardware and software.
Blog post on 19 Sep 2013
Exploring how we can help people design and build connected things at the British HCI Internet of Things Conference 2013
IBC 2013, British HCI conference, Reasons to be Creative and lots of interesting links
Blog post on 16 Sep 2013
BBC Research & Development's chief Scientist Brandon Butterworth reflects on the trends at IBC 2013 so far
Our latest Trainee Research Scientists and Technologists joined BBC R&D this September. We gave them two weeks to design and build a prototype using an Oculus Rift VR headset.
Blog post on 13 Sep 2013
An outline of the projects and papers that BBC Research & Development are taking to IBC 2013
Blog post on 11 Sep 2013
Introducing the material we have created to allow tests of MPEG DASH.
Blog post on 9 Sep 2013
In its 2nd ever outing, Alexis Kirke shows Many World to BBC North.
Blog post on 6 Sep 2013