Research Group Pixar Research Group Home Page The primary mission of the Pixar Research Group is to develop new technology for use in our films. We are also developing new methods for exporting our characters to other media, such as games and animatronic robots. More information can be found in our Online Library. The group consists of award winning researchers working in areas such as rendering, physical simulation, animation, geometric modeling, rigging, and user interfaces.
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A live-action/animated film is a motion picture, television series, television commercials, or title sequences that features a combination of real actors or elements: live-action and animated elements, typically interacting. History In the later days of silent film, the popular animated cartoons of Max Fleischer included a series where his cartoon character Koko the Clown interacted with the live world; for example, having a boxing match with a live kitten. In a variation on this concept, Walt Disney's first directorial efforts (years before Oswald the Lucky Rabbit was born in 1927 and Mickey Mouse in 1928) were the animated Alice Comedies short cartoons, in which a young live-action girl named Alice interacted with animated cartoon characters. The Disney Studio mixed live action and animation in several notable films (which are primarily considered live-action): Films with live action and animation
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