Taster is the BBC's home of new ideas. We feature unique, experimental audience experiences. Some of the Taster experiences may not work on all platforms or devices and some may have glitches. They may not all meet the usual BBC technical and accessibility standards. If something looks broken please let us know by contacting email@example.com
The content on Taster is designed for people 16 and over and may not be suitable for people under 16.
We encourage audience feedback. You are able to give feedback during the trial period using the 'Rate' feature or by contacting us at firstname.lastname@example.org. The 'Rate' and 'Share' features help the BBC create new ideas of interest to our audiences.
Taster does not necessarily represent the BBC's future plans. Some ideas may only be available during the trial period and the BBC may choose to commission alternative ideas and content. We may remove ideas during the trial period, either permanently or temporarily. There may also be other restrictions: for example most ideas are accessible globally but some experiences may have access restrictions based on your location.
Many of the Taster ideas are built as part of the BBC Connected Studio innovation programme. Some Taster experiences and content may be owned by the BBC's partners and their use may be subject to additional restrictions.
We take your privacy very seriously.
When using Taster, we may ask you to provide us with information about you, and we collect your IP address in order to allow you to use Taster and to improve the site. How we collect, use and keep your information secure can be found at the BBC’s Privacy and Cookies Policy.
Whenever you use a BBC VR / AR / 360 experience, you agree to these specific terms.
BBC VR / AR / 360 experiences are designed for and suitable for people 16 years old or older. It is for your personal use only. Certain content may not be appropriate for all users, and some content may contain repetitive flashing images (e.g. strobe effects). Please be aware of the nature of the content before using the VR / AR / 360 experience.
The VR / AR / 360 experiences on Taster are in the pilot testing phase, and so may not work on all VR / AR / 360 systems, devices or headsets. They may not meet the full BBC technical and accessibility standards and they do not represent a new BBC service.
The BBC may make a VR experience available as a download package to your computer (the "Download Package"). In downloading and subsequently unpacking the Download Package in order to launch the VR experience as an executable application (the "VR Application"), you are granted a limited right to use the VR Application solely for your personal use. No commercial use or public display of the VR Application and the VR experience by you is permitted.
Please read the ‘Read Me’ file within the Download Package. It contains important information about the use of the VR Application.
Your headset supplier’s terms and conditions will apply to your use of the headset and related VR equipment. Please follow your headset supplier’s safety information. The BBC is not responsible for information provided by your headset supplier, or for your use of the headset and related VR equipment.
When viewing the 360 Experience on YouTube, YouTube terms and conditions of use will apply.
Please follow the BBC VR / AR / 360 Video Safety Information and the specific safety and set-up information from your headset supplier.
Be safe. Please be aware of your surroundings when participating in any VR/360 experience.
Each VR / AR / 360 experience and any BBC Download Package and VR Application downloaded is Copyright ©2018 BBC and/or its third party partners. All rights are reserved.
The BBC makes available each VR / AR /360 experience (and the downloading of each VR Application via the Download Package) as a pilot project for trial and testing only and is providing it on an ‘as is’ basis, without any warranties, representations, fitness for a particular purpose or operation. The VR / AR / 360 experience playback performance may vary depending on a number of factors, including your computer equipment. The BBC does not provide any support for the VR / AR / 360 experiences.
You need to ensure the safe operation of the VR / AR / 360 experiences. The BBC is not responsible for your use of your headset, computer or device or the environment in which you partake in the VR / AR / 360 experiences.