BBC R&D, together with Vewd and MediaTek, is showcasing the latest HbbTV advancements in content substitution at this year’s IBC.
SERAPHIC will showcase BBC R&D’s Content Substitution example application at this year’s IBC.
You’ll be familiar with the problem. You settle down to watch the match on the BBC iPlayer. The footballer steps up to take a penalty and before he’s even touched the ball a loud cheer comes from the direction of your neighbour’s garden.
The BBC has visited more than 30 UK museums to build its first augmented reality application.
Viewers have described a 3D audio edition of Doctor Who as sounding like the monsters are coming after you.
BBC Research & Development and EE are working together on a trial of 4G Broadcast during Saturday’s FA Cup Final at Wembley.
SES and Samsung have demonstrated the world’s first DVB broadcast of high dynamic range Ultra HD (UHD) TV that uses High Dynamic Range (HDR) technology.
The first UK trial of live broadcasting over 4G, Ultra HD and 3D audio will be seen as part of a BBC R&D showcase in Glasgow next week, timed to coincide with the Commonwealth Games, which is being staged in the city.
The BBC has begun its Ultra High Definition (4k) closed trial of World Cup 2014 from DTT transmitters in London, Manchester and Glasgow.
The BBC, NHK and the London 2012 host broadcaster OBS are collaborating on a major test of the next generation Super Hi-Vision transmission system. Hi-Vision offers a picture resolution 16 times that of current high definition transmissions.