Academy Awards

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has honored Dolby Laboratories with Academy Awards® for these achievements.  

 

Year

Class

Category

Recipient

For

2007
(79th)

Award of Commendation

Scientific/Technical

Ioan Allen (Dolby), J. Wayne Anderson, Mary Ann Anderson, Ted Costas (Dolby), Paul R. Goldberg, Shawn Jones, Tom Kuhn, Dr. Alan Masson, Colin Mossman, Martin Richards (Dolby), Frank Ricotta, and Richard C. Sehlin

Contributions to the environmentally responsible industry conversion from silver-based to cyan dye analog soundtracks

2003
(76th)

John A. Bonner Medal of Commendation

Scientific/Technical

Douglas Greenfield

Outstanding service and dedication in upholding the high standards of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences

2000
(73rd)

Award of Commendation

Scientific/Technical

Ioan Allen, Robin Bransbury, and Mark Harrah (Disney Co.)

The concept, design and implementation of the Trailer Audio Standards Association (TASA) Loudness Standard

1998
(71st)

John A. Bonner Medal of Commendation

Scientific/Technical

David W. Gray

Outstanding service and dedication in upholding the high standards of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences

1997
(70th)

Scientific and Engineering Award


Scientific/Technical

Kirk Handley, Ray Meluch, Scott Robinson, Wilson H. Allen and John Neary
 

Design, development and implementation of the Dolby CP500 Digital Cinema Processor

1995
(68th)

Scientific and Engineering Award

Scientific/Technical

Dolby Laboratories, Inc.

Design and development of the SR-D Digital Sound System for motion picture exhibition

1992
(65th)

Scientific and Engineering Award

Scientific/Technical

Claus Wiedemann and Robert Orban

Design and development of the Dolby Laboratories "Container"

1988

(61st)


 Academy Award of Merit (Oscar®)

 Scientific/Technical

Ray Dolby and Ioan Allen

Their continuous contributions to motion picture sound through their research and development programs of Dolby Laboratories

1987
(60th)


Technical Achievement Award

Scientific/Technical

Ioan Allen

The Cat. 43 playback-only unit and its practical application to motion picture sound recordings

1979
(51st)

Scientific and Engineering Award

Scientific/Technical

David P. Robinson, Stephen M. Katz, Ray M. Dolby, Ioan R. Allen, and Philip S. J. Boole

Development and implementation of an improved sound recording and reproducing system for motion picture production and exhibition