For the first time, Dolby Audio can be delivered through the browser on PCs and tablets. Give your users a crisp, clear, and detailed sound experience with Dolby Digital Plus.
Dolby Audio has a responsive design, which means it automatically adapts to all devices and resolutions
The challenge was to convey to the user the sensation of being in a living room watching videos with Dolby Audio in the most realistic way possible.
Allowing you to pan around the virtual living room was just part of the work, the realistic experience to make you appreciate the quality of Dolby sound was the other and most important part.
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The Dolby Audio Room was built using WebGL to provide an interactive environment where users can explore and play content on a variety of media devices (a media PC, desktop, laptop and tablet).
Each device demonstrates Dolby Audio with a different streaming video, either MPEG DASH H.264 or HLS. The demo currently requires Microsoft Edge, since it is the first browser to include native support for Dolby Audio.
Visit the site and pan around to explore videos using Dolby Formatted audio.