The founder of US audio company Dolby Laboratories died on Thursday, reports a website.
His work revolutionised movie theatre experience. He started with Stanley Kubrick’s 'A Clockwork Orange' in 1971 and matured with 'Star Wars' and 'Close Encounters of the Third Kind' in 1977.
Dolby reportedly had a fortune of $2.4 billion at the time of death.
With his death, Dagmar, Dolby’s wife of 47 years, assumes his fortune. They have two sons Tom and David.
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