As we plan for a future where media is produced, delivered and consumed over IP, we are investigating how production processes and workflows can be adapted and improved.
We used artificial intelligence to 'watch' the cameras and trigger video recordings when it spotted activity.
Blog post on 29 Jun 2020
A summary of the variants to help you decide which is the best for your needs.
Blog post on 26 Jun 2020
A summary of the audio team's papers being presented at the 148th AES Convention.
Blog post on 4 Jun 2020
Helping journalists automate the way they find and organise video.
Blog post on 6 May 2020
The first episode of a new video series where our researchers talk about their big R&D projects.
Blog post on 27 Apr 2020
BBC R&D and Writersroom teamed up to explore using AI to write more intuitive chatbot experiences.
Blog post on 12 Mar 2020
The BBC is famous for high-quality content, stunning visuals and breath-taking pictures. The visual data analytics group in BBC Research & Development is creating new and efficient artificial intelligence (AI)...
Following some user testing, people gave us feedback on what they enjoyed and whether they would watch a new format like this.
Blog post on 23 Jan 2020
Data collected through our interactive experiences can help us develop better forms of storytelling.
Blog post on 15 Jan 2020
Developing a toolkit to help production teams make object-based media experiences quickly and easily
White paper published Jan 2020
Object-based experiences generate information and data on audiences and their viewing, so what do we collect - and how does it further our research?
Blog post on 8 Jan 2020
A prototype interactive audio drama that plays across mobile and smart speaker.
Blog post on 12 Dec 2019
Producing, delivering and evaluating our trial which orchestrates phones, laptops, tablets and other devices to create spatial sound - here's a summary of our research.
Blog post on 26 Nov 2019
The latest details about our work in IP production and broadcast technology.
Blog post on 22 Nov 2019
Frans de Jong,
Lessons from a trial at a live sports event
White paper published Nov 2019