This summer, the Museum of Science brings you to infinity and beyond with their new exhibit The Science Behind Pixar.
It’s exactly what it sounds like. The exhibition is an interactive first-look of how Pixar films are made. It guides visitors each step of the filmmaking process from modeling to sets and cameras to animation to lighting and more. There’s also an opportunity to hear members of the studios’ production team to gain a better understanding of the math and science involved with the creative process.
“The interactive exhibition gives people the opportunity to learn about the jobs our filmmakers do every day and tackle similar problems,” Ed Catmull, president of Pixar and Disney Animation Studios said in a statement. “It’s a great demonstration of how much creativity and imagination is involved in the science, technology, engineering, art and math thinking essential to our filmmaking process.”
The MoS is currently in the beginning stages of putting the display together, but be sure to buy your tickets on May 12 so you can meet some of your favorite characters like Buzz, Dory, Mike and Sully.