Dolby today presented the Dolby.io, a platform through which developers can access the company’s APIs. Currently, to use the company’s solutions, interested parties would need to go through a complex process. With the new platform, access will be quick and easy, with the products being able to be implemented through APIs.
The company also announced that Dolby.io will help developers to bring Dolby experiences to new industries such as healthcare, distance learning, digital collaboration, online training, podcasting, and social media.
“It’s never just about technology, it’s how you interact with it,” said Henrik Molin, CEO & co-founder, Physitrack. “With Dolby.io, our telehealth platform provides healthcare customers the ability to communicate with patients while presenting and overlaying vital treatment tools and materials for physical rehabilitation, all while delivering millions of crystal-clear call minutes each week.”
“Dolby and SpokenLayer share a goal to create the best experience possible for the listener,” said Will Mayo, founder & Chief Strategy Officer, SpokenLayer. “Thanks to Dolby.io, we can take a diverse set of content, stories, and audio and elevate clarity and quality to create a consistent audience experience for our customers.”
More services and technologies will be added over time. The idea for creating the platform came about precisely because of the bureaucracy that existed between Dolby and the developers.