Su BDXC Mike Barraclough segnala un link a un sito Web che permette di accedere a una simulazione del servizio e ascoltare il flusso audio mentre le immagini vengono proiettate così come gli ascoltatori inglesi possono ammirarle sul display del piccolo dispositivi iRiver usato per la prova. Ecco la spiegazione di Mike:
There is now a webpage where you can listen each of the stations and at the same time see the slides being broadcast on the IRiver receiver which is an interesting looking set, you can hold it in the palm of your hand, been listening to Capital and watching the slides go through, the screen does occasionally go blank. Certainly for Londoners the travel information it is putting up is a useful adjunct to the radio service. To me there’s not much comparison with television as the slides are just supplementing what is being broadcast, i.e. you are listening to a piece of music and the latest weather and travel information etc is just coming through on the screen in front of you. See the service for yourselves at:
And a further report from Radio Today:
Even though we were in the basement of a London address, the signal was still quite impressive and let us view various images from one of the trail stations, Capital Radio.
In questo momento sto ascoltando il buffo “Australia Day” su Capital Radio, con immagini dallo studio e da alcune zone nevralgiche di Londra (informazioni sul traffico).