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Lost Disney History – Computers Are People Too

Way back in 1982, just before TRON was about to come out, there was a concerted effort inside Disney to expand the use of computers in film and animation. Along the way Disney publicist Mike Bonifer helped produce a documentary … Continue reading

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Meet the Characters from Pixar’s Inside Out with New Posters and Teaser Trailers

Update: Now meet Fear, Anger, Disgust, and Sadness below! Joy will be delivered later today. Pixar has also given us a chance to meet all give characters / emotions that lives inside Riley’s head. The first was Sadness, who you … Continue reading

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Explaining the Math in Pixar’s Computer Modeling

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

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Pixar announces Toy Story 4 with John Lasseter at the helm

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

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Assembling John Carter in the Computer

Patrick Giusiano, currently an animator at Blue Sky studios, previously had the opportunity to work on Disney’s John Carter while working at Double Negative — a digital effects studio. While working with Director Andrew Stanton and Pixar’s artistic supervision team, … Continue reading

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