Tuesday, 23 February 2010

Dolby Replied

Dolby replied...
before... or after... my previous "Hello Dolby" post doesn't really matter all that much to make a story out of it.

Below: Pictures of the mail, of "Hello Dolby" post time, and comments.

What matters is that their answer is here for you, to sink your teeth deep in, and decide where you're gonna finally watch Avatar... if still is screened where you live or meatballs... or Alice... or whatever...

Hi Manos – I just read through your recent blog posts and understand you have a few questions regarding Dolby 3D glasses. Please accept our apologies for not responding to your inquiries sooner. The Dolby’s 3D glasses sanitizing technique is similar to IMAX which is another reusable 3D solution on the market. Dolby recommends washing all glasses in a Commercial Grade Dishwasher after each use: Low-temperature, chemical sanitizing, hood lift model operating between 49°C (120°F) to 60°C (140°F) water temperature. Dolby recommends a washing temperature range between 120°F – 140°F. For all exhibitors using Dolby 3D glasses, we provide recommended dishwasher vendors and an equipment requirement list. The Dolby recommended washing process is FDA (U.S. Food & Drug Administration) compliant. There have been a few recent articles published online that describe cleaning techniques in more detail if you are interested:

* http://www.slate.com/id/2242548/


If you have additional questions please don’t hesitate to email me directly.
Regards, Derek

Derek Brookmeyer Public Relations Specialist Dolby Laboratories,
999 Brannan Street San Francisco,
CA 94103 , USA
T 415-645-5838 | M 415-***-**** www.dolby.com | derek.brookmeyer@dolby.com

Be sure not to miss Random View's conclusions on Dolby's reply if you want to learn the facts about how clean your 3D glasses are. Or read the entire 3D glasses research (from bottom to top).

1 comment:

  1. Just removed, following Mr. Derek Brookmeyer's request, his mobile phone number (the one with the ********) from the above post.