Broadcast-quality OBs with Raspberry Pis

OpenOB‘s been ticking along nicely but it’s historically needed a bit of oomph and capital in the form of two computers running Linux. This isn’t often what you’ve got on your PC and it’s not something you can easily chuck in your reporter’s rucksack to take along to an event. This limits its usefulness somewhat.… Continue reading Broadcast-quality OBs with Raspberry Pis

Introducing OpenOB

The next post will be part 3 of my Engineering FM series but it’s time for a quick diversion to introduce a tool I ended up producing, initially as a contingency plan, but later as a serious project, for implementing outside broadcast audio links and studio-transmitter links using the Real Time Protocol. That tool is… Continue reading Introducing OpenOB

Perceptual image and audio deduplication

Okay, two months without a post, won’t happen again… So, lately I’ve been moving out from the broadcast area and getting back into webapp development, but some of the things I’ve been working on touch quite heavily on deduplication, of images and music. This is quite an interesting topic, so let’s have a look at… Continue reading Perceptual image and audio deduplication