SE: How Pixar's Tech Creates Worlds that Don't Exist
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June 21 (Bloomberg) — These days, making an animated film takes computing horsepower. To simplify the process for its new film Monsters University, Pixar developed some high-tech templates for light. Jon Erlichman profiles Pixar’s lighting gurus.
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