ALL THE MOVIES!!!
Unsurprisingly, this looks fantastic.
This looks fantastic.
I would so queue up for a meet-and-greet with Anger.
So great. I think I’m going to watch Toy Story.
The videos give just enough to make me pretty excited about this movie.
> 2014 will be the first year since 2005 that Pixar has not released a film.
I am, unsurprisingly, excited about this.
There were no major announces about upcoming extractions at D23, but the news coming out of the animated feature department was quite strong.
So you are telling me that you are putting Nathan Fillion in a Pixar movie? Could a movie be more perfect?
> Pixar developed and internally released a new simulator, which is multi-threaded. The new code does computation before it sends hair off to the simulator to determine how other hairs would relate. This means that a cluster of hairs would all be dealt with as one group, and the Hair simulation could be multi-threaded. In one sequence Merida flicks her hair from one side of her face to the other, but even such high level gross spatial changes were able to be automatically accommodated.
Fascinating. You know that Pixar designed the character like they did just so they would have the challenge of doing her hair.
(via [The Loop](http://www.loopinsight.com/2012/08/21/how-pixar-made-meridas-hair/))
This guy is my hero.