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A Kodak moment at the new Dolby Theatre

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The 3,400-seat, four-level Hollywood home of the Oscars reopened Monday as the Dolby Theatre, outfitted with Dolby 3D and Dolby Atmos projection and audio systems, as well as new signage. 

The venue formerly known as Kodak was renamed by Dolby Laboratories Inc. as part of the 20-year deal with Hollywood & Highland Center owner CIM Group after Kodak was let out of its deal by a bankruptcy court judge.

Here's how it looked to the people passing by:

A Kodak moment at the Dolby Theatre

Seeing signs on Hollywood Boulevard (via KPCC)

Storified by Lisa Brenner · Mon, Jun 11 2012 20:50:35

ready for the reveal #dolby #hollywoodAmy Anderson
Looks like it's now the "Dolby" theater Couch
The unveiling of the Kodak Theaters new name Dolby Theatre @ Dolby Theaterên Troyë
On my way to change the Kodak into the Dolby theater
Press day @ the Dolby Theatre w/ABC News. Bye bye Kodak... O' Neill
Cirque de Soleil practicing for their performance tonight @ The Dolby Theatre
Whoa. This is crazy! #Dolby #dolbytheatre #cirquedusoleil #irisCassie Russek
Spinning in front of the Kodak Theatre for the unveiling of its new sign/name, the Dolby Theatre !
Grand entrance to the new #dolbytheatre @ The Dolby Theatre Laboratories
Good by Kodak, Hello Dolby... #KodakTheater #DolbyTheater #DolbyDigital #Theater #Hollywood #California #New Fletcher
Very amazing place, a place for oscar award and im here @ Dolby Theater

Lisa Brenner can be reached via Twitter @lisa_brenner

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