Obsessed with anything Pixar? You’ll be excited to learn that there’s a new exhibition coming to Science World about the creation of Pixar!
It’s a 12,000 square foot Pixar exhibition that shows the magic behind the creation of the animated films.
According to a release, the Pixar exhibition showcases the science, technology, engineering, and math used by the artists and computer scientists that help bring the feature films to the screen.
The Science Behind Pixar is created by the Museum of Science, Boston and Animation Pixar Studios, and will hold over 40 interactive and hands on elements.
The Pixar Exhibition
The exhibit is broken down into eight different sections. Each section will focus on a step of the filmmaking process: Modeling, Rigging, Surfaces, Sets & Cameras, Animation, Simulation, Lighting, and Rendering.
“The exhibition puts you into the role of each aspect of the filmmaking process, and we hope that visitors will increase their knowledge and understanding of the STEM content behind content animation,” said Ioannis Miaoulis, Museum of Science, Boston president and director.
To further enjoy the animation excitement, visitors can take their photo with their favourite life-sized recreations of their favourite character!
Take your pick between WALL-E, Buzz Lightyear, Dory, Edna Mode, Mike Wazowski, and many more.
The exhibit starts May 19th, 2018, and is ongoing up until January 6th, 2019.
The Science Behind Pixar
Location: Telus World Of Science - 1455 Quebec Street
Admission: Adult $23.25, Student + Youth $18.50, Children $15.25
Date: Saturday May 19th, 2018