We are looking into the craft, applications and audience experience around 360 video filming and VR for Immersive News.
Audiogram Generator is a tool for turning audio content into video files that can be shared on social media.
We're exploring how bots can help the BBC reach new audiences and simplify workflow for our editors and journalists.
The Gifenator allows journalists to capture frames from live broadcast streams to republish as gifs on social media channels.
The News in Space project attempts to find the similarity between all pieces of BBC content, no matter the format or subject.
News Switcher lets BBC journalists easily switch between the differents editions of the News website
RadioReader is an experiment that lets journalists find, extract and publish audio clips from incoming radio inputs.
Stitch is a tool that allows journalists to create rich graphics video templates directly from their web browser.
A new intuitive and quick way of tagging news articles with linked data concepts, which opens the BBC's structured data to benefit local News organisations.
Transcriptor takes news audio content, transcribes it, then provides a means to view and edit the transcript alongside the original content.
SEP 10 2018
The challenges of using artificial intelligence to answer questions about the news.
AUG 06 2018
How Google News Lab Fellow Dan Clark discovered that Gary Lineker sticks to his script.
JUN 06 2018
An apprentice tests new ways of cutting audio files to cut down on transcription time.
BBC Blue Room and News Labs are working together to more efficiently demonstrate innovation opportunities with emerging consumer Tech.
LDPTV is a project for surfacing more News content via smart TVs
In partnership with Imperial College London, News Labs has been looking into Neurotech feedback around media experiences.
See News headlines, from 400+ publishers across the globe, on a map. This experiment was aimed at large displays, at expos.
Device Switcher lets developers and journalists view their websites in their mobile, tablet and desktop views
BBC News Labs investigated some preliminary ideas for Google Glass applications.
Guinea-Bissau is used by South American drug cartels as a route to smuggle cocaine to Europe. Hooked is a five-part report of the human impact of that trade in the style of a graphic novel.
BBC News Labs ran several maker sessions at the BBC during 2014 and early 2015.
Launched to help explain issues to young scottish voters in the 2014 Scottish Referendum.
During late 2013 BBC News Labs ran a set of Touchcast pilots, and Touchcast moved to production in 2014.