Posts Tagged ‘Dolby’
Although the list of cinemas with Dolby Atmos systems installed remains quite short, 2013 has been a great year for the format itself, with 55 releases in 12 months, including Trance and Gravity. The Secret Life of Walter Mitty (December 25, 2013) The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug (December 13, 2013) The White Storm (December [...]
This Digital Trends examination of the state of the surround sound market by Caleb Denison from a few months ago probably doesn’t tell you anything you don’t already know, but you might feel the urge to add some points of your own, either here, using our Comments box, or on the Digital Trends site … [...]
Alfonso Cuarón, the Director of Gravity, which is released in the UK tomorrow, talking to Dolby about how he used sound to help tell a story that takes place in space, where there is no sound, by harnessing the combined power of atmospheric music and Atmos.
A great new infographic on the Dolby Lab Notes blog site showing the history of cinema sound, from the early scratchy photokinema was discs, right up the the wholly immersive, multi-channel, multi-speaker system some of us will experience when we go to see Gravity this weekend.
Just as a Cambridge University study into how poor quality audio on conference calls can increase fatigue and reduce productivity, a new service from BT and Dolby arrives on the market that replicates the sound of face-to-face meetings and limits poor quality audio. BT MeetMe with Dolby Voice will be available as an app and [...]