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Tag Archives: cg animation
It’s a bit awkward to think about when you’re in the theater, but today’s computer animated movies are not just works of art, but they’re millions of mathematical calculations as well. Without the math that gives the illusion of smoothness … Continue reading
Well, this is unexpected. Pixar will be producing a new feature length visit to the world of Toy Story. Even better, John Lasseter, director of the original Toy Story and Toy Story 2, will return to direct this film. It’s … Continue reading
Okay. We don’t get a Pixar film this year. But next year we get two. That’s a good feeling right? Get ready for an emotional roller coaster ride back through the history of Pixar’s amazing films in the first preview … Continue reading
He thrilled you with a monster-filled monstropolis, and took you on an adventurous balloon ride above the clouds, Academy Award-winning director Pete Docter (“Monsters, Inc.,” “Up”) is back with “Inside Out,” where he will take us to the most extraordinary … Continue reading