The Final Execution found the Dolby logo embedded in a large volume of instanced cubes, creating a thick layer of occlusion between the logo and the camera. These arrays of cubes had a glass shader applied to them, and aggressively refracted the logo through their multitude of glass walls, which were heavily distorted by a variety of 4D noise patterns. The result translated the logo as a vibrational distortion, rendering a detailed, tastefully refracted design statement.
The importance of the resulting image having a physical presence was paramount to the concept, as with so much of Dolby's industry equating to vibration and transmission - the physical properties of refraction represented these phenomena and translated it into high-level graphic design principles. The final artwork is part of the larger series exhibited in Dolby offices worldwide to celebrate their values, inspire creativity, and transport Dolby to new dimensions.