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The Atmos system delivers discrete signals to up to 128 simultaneous and lossless audio st...

The name Dolby Laboratories has long been associated with innovative and world-leading sound reproduction. Its latest creation, Atmos, has come at the perfect time to augment the unprecedented immersive experience of big screen 3D stereoscopic images. Since it was first installed in the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood for the release of Pixar’s Brave in 2012, Atmos technology has been embraced by leading film makers and rolled out in hundreds of cinemas out around the globe, launching movie soundtracks into the world of 3D. Gizmag recently attended a demonstration of the Dolby Atmos system to hear what all the fuss is about and speak to the experts about the impact the new technology is having on the way movies are made.  Read More

In racing conditions that rely on tenths of seconds per lap to be the difference between w...

Tire technology plays a critical role in motor racing. It seems an obvious point to make, but events at this weekend's opening round of the 2013 Supersport season hammer home just how important – and how challenging – it is to get the rubber right.  Read More

Over 35 heavy machines and 70 contractors were involved in a massive logistical operation

Australia’s motorsport mecca is in the midst of its first major facelift in 14 years, with the Island’s hallowed race circuit being treated this week to a $3 million resurface to create the smoothest, fastest race track in the world. The huge undertaking will see 5,000 tonnes of specially blended asphalt mix laid at a temperature of ~160ºF in a process that shows it's not just high-tech bikes that make the world of international motorcycle racing tick.  Read More

Ant West racing in Moto2 at Assen 2012 To say that 31 year old Australian Moto2 racer Anthony West is resourceful would be a gross understatement. His latest exploit – apart from racing in what he describes as the hardest, most competitive and closest category in which he's ever competed – is to develop a smartphone app aimed at fellow motorcycle enthusiasts entitled AntWest Race Sense.  Read More

Stoner led from lap 3 to win by over 9 seconds from a conservative Jorge Lorenzo (Photos: ... In one last hurrah on his home track, Casey Stoner, the 27 year old Australian MotoGP two-time and current reigning world champion, has won at home for a record 6th time in a row riding a Repsol Honda RC213V.  Read More

Lorenzo takes his second world title (Photo: Olivier Bochsler)

After his closest rival and fellow Spaniard Dani Pedrosa crashed in lap two of the Australian round of the MotoGP 2012 at Phillip Island it was automatic that Jorge Lorenzo on his Yamaha Factory Racing M1 would become world champion for the second time – unless of course he DNF’d, too, which he managed to avoid. In doing so he became the first Spaniard ever to win two premier class motorcycle world titles.  Read More

Valentino Rossi walked away unhurt from a crash in practice at the Australian round of the... Nine times world champion Valentino Rossi sent his motorcycle down the road during warm up practice on the morning of the Australian round of the 2012 MotoGP at Phillip Island. Fortunately Rossi walked away from the crash – as captured by Gizmag photographer Olivier Bochsler at the Phillip Island Circuit.  Read More

Pirelli's job as the chosen control tire manufacturer for WSBK is one of finding a motorcy...

Motor racing in the premier categories has always attracted not only the bravest and most skilled performers in the physical sense, but also the best and brightest thinkers – engineers and technicians who are responsible for what those elite athletes are riding on, in every sense of the term. Pirelli's job as the chosen control tire manufacturer for WSBK is one of finding a motorcycle racing tire that will perform in a far broader range of conditions, and one that any sportsbike owner can then buy off the shelf. We recently spoke to Pirelli Moto Racing Director Giorgio Barbier and racing compound development engineer, Fabio Meni, about how the company meets this formidable challenge.  Read More

2012 World Superbikes at Phillip Island, Australia

Current World Superbike Champion Carlos Checa piloted his Ducati 1098R to an emphatic 5.7sec victory in the second and final race of the opening round of the season at Phillip Island in Australia. In hot, blustery conditions which saw wind assisted top speeds of 202 mph (325 km/h) by Biaggi’s Aprilia, Checa led from the early part of the race and extended his lead as Rea (Honda) and Sykes (Kawasaki) fought out the minor places.  Read More

Max Biaggi aboard the Aprilia RSV4 Former multiple world champion Max "the Roman Emperor" Biaggi took his Aprilia RSV4 to victory in the first race of the 2012 World Superbike season at Australia’s Phillip Island today.  Read More

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