Tech in Motion Events: San Francisco

Attention Members: Updated date for our event with Dolby Laboratories INC. Now – Thursday, February 1st!

Join us at the brand new Dolby Laboratories building on Thursday, February 1st 2018 to see the 250 seat Dolby Cinema, 65 ft video wall, Atmos lobby display, and the tower of world-class listening rooms. Enjoy drinks and hors-d’oeuvres in the lobby as we wrap up our event.

The evening will kick off with a presentation from Vice President of Sound Technology, Brett Crockett. Learn and listen to Dolby’s latest developments such as cinematic and consumer Atmos, Dolby Vision laser projectors, Dolby Vision TVs, surround sound conferencing, and more.

Event Program

6 pm: Check in and find your seat in the Dolby Cinema. Please arrive on time so you don’t miss out!

6:30 – 7:30 pm: Insights from Vice President of Sound Technology, Brett Crockett in the Cinema

After the presentation there will be a reception with light fare and beer and wine.

SPEAKER: Brett Crockett | Vice President of Sound and Technology, Dolby

As Vice President, Sound Technology R&D, Brett Crockett leads the groups responsible for research and development of the breakthrough and next-generation audio and immersive sound technologies for which Dolby is widely recognized. He leads Dolby’s San Francisco, Sydney, Beijing, Barcelona and Stockholm R&D groups, and coordinates activities between sound technology business development and sales and marketing groups to keep technology research and development focused on the end user. In addition, Brett actively participates in formulating corporate business, technology, and standards strategies. Brett started at Dolby in 1997 as Senior Staff Engineer. Prior to joining Dolby, he worked in the research and development departments at TRW ESL and Applied Signal Technology, both in Sunnyvale, where he was responsible for creating cutting-edge telecommunications technologies for voice and data systems. Brett has a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from the University of Iowa, Iowa City, and a masters degree in electrical engineering from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. He is a member of and frequent paper reviewer and convention session chair for the Audio Engineering Society (AES) and a member of the Society of Motion Picture and television engineers (SMPTE).

As always A big thank you to our event series creators, Workbridge Associates ( and Jobspring Partners ( Providing IT Permanent Placement & Contractor Staffing services within nine US cities.

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