Frans de Jong,
Lessons from a trial at a live sports event
White paper published Nov 2019
Rikki Gade (Aalborg University),
Thomas Moeslund (Aalborg University),
Research into a selection of current commercial applications using computer vision for sports analysis.
White paper published Aug 2019
Developing a single workflow to deliver stunning pictures to our UHD HDR iPlayer trial and the conventional SDR services.
Blog post on 12 Aug 2019
'It's okay leaving me...' - It's a tale of two cities in this in depth look at the BBC's latest UHD and HDR production trials.
Blog post on 23 Jul 2018
A review of our Internet based UHD trials at the World Cup and Wimbledon this summer, and what's next for UHD.
Blog post on 19 Jul 2018
Technical details of the BBC’s planned Ultra High Definition Coverage - in High Dynamic Range.
Blog post on 31 May 2018
A method to automatically identify the pose and orientation of a football player from a video still image to speed up 3D modelling.
White paper published Apr 2016
We recently demonstrated higher frame rate (HFR) technology at its public Commonwealth Games showcase in Glasgow.
Blog post on 28 Aug 2014
A glimpse behind the scenes into the state-of-the-art network enabling all the advanced technologies being shown at the BBC R&D Commonwealth Games 2014 Showcase.
Blog post on 31 Jul 2014
New audio and visual experiences on offer at BBC R&D's Commonwealth Games showcase in Glasgow.
Blog post on 30 Jul 2014
How the gaps between Freeview TV transmissions could be used to deliver multimedia content to portable devices.
Blog post on 29 Jul 2014
Delivering Ultra High Definition TV over the Internet as part of our Commonwealth Games 2014 series of trials.
Blog post on 28 Jul 2014
BBC Research & Development talk about their upcoming UHD broadcast for the Commonwealth Games
Blog post on 23 Jul 2014
An outline of the projects we're showcasing at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
Blog post on 22 Jul 2014
We're demonstrating 4G Broadcast at our public Commonwealth Games Showcase in the Glasgow Science Centre.
Blog post on 18 Jul 2014