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Atmos

Dolby's object-based surround sound encoding technology. For details, see Dolby Digital and object-based audio.
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Dolby Atmos delivers an immersive sound experience that places and moves audio anywhere around you, including overhead, so that viewers feel as if they are in the middle of the story.
Much like how 4K and HDR bring more stunning and realistic visuals to the screen, Dolby Atmos delivers captivating sound that places and moves audio anywhere in the room, including overhead, to bring entertainment to life all around you, all in the comfort of your own living room.
At the present time, Atmos inspects new construction in areas where potential crossbores could occur.
Atmos Energy says customers who have received a termination notice will not have their natural gas turned off for a non-payment until the phone system is restored to normal.
Dolby Atmos enables sound producers to place sounds discretely around the auditorium, adding a heightened sense of realism to cinema-goers and in turn supporting the story on the screen.
For the first time, Dolby Atmos introduces a hybrid approach to mixing and directs sound as dynamic objects that envelop the listener, in combination with channels for playback.
ATMOS-5D+ works in tandem with ATMOS Global's Dust Alert+, which Valianatos said is the world's first artificial intelligence, multi-factor, multi-criteria, dust-impact early warning system.
Atmos has been involved in all of the key stages of renewable energy development, from site search through consenting, including all the technical and environmental procedures required to project build.
Redstor are leveraging the EMC Atmos cloud storage platform to provide secure cloud storage infrastructure services that will help customers manage and optimise external clouds as part of an overall cloud strategy.
So it's not surprising that 60m Atmos clocks together consume no more energy that one 15 watt light bulb.
ATMOS is pleased to provide Philips with embedded memory solutions that will enable the next generation of competitive SoC products," said Paul Slaby, CEO of ATMOS Corporation.
Vaughan first joined the company in 1957, when it was a part of Pioneer Corporation, and served in numerous leadership capacities until 1983, when Atmos Energy became an independent public company.