Extension of the Pixar exhibition at the Cincinnati Museum Center

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Pixar exhibit at Cincinnati Museum Center extended through summer

A popular exhibit at the Cincinnati Museum Center is sticking around! The museum announced on Monday that it had received the green light to extend “The Science Behind Pixar”. The exhibit will now be here until September 5. This exhibit highlights the science, technology, engineering, math and computing concepts used in every Pixar film. The interactive exhibit showcases the limitless limits of STEM and science. imagination, allowing visitors to come face-to-face with popular characters including Buzz Lightyear, Dory, Mike and Sulley, Edna Mode and Wall-E. The exhibit is largely hands-on, giving visitors insight into the eight stages of the Pixar filmmaking process: modeling, rigging, surfaces, sets and cameras, animation, simulation, lighting, and rendering. those encountered by Pixar when creating underwater scenes in “Finding Nemo”Find out how models are given a virtual skeleton that allows animators to pose themBuild a robot inspired by those in “Wall-E”Try your hand at the stop-motion animation of a jumping lamp and watch a short film of what you produced. See and touch scale models of many beloved Pixar characters. Tickets are on sale.

A popular exhibit at the Cincinnati Museum Center is sticking around!

The museum announced on Monday that it had received the green light to extend “The Science Behind Pixar”.

The exhibition will now be here until September 5th.

This exhibit highlights the science, technology, engineering, math, and computer concepts used in every Pixar film.

The interactive exhibit showcases the limitless limits of STEM and imagination, allowing visitors to come face-to-face with popular characters including Buzz Lightyear, Dory, Mike and Sulley, Edna Mode and Wall-E.

The exhibit is largely hands-on, giving visitors insight into the eight stages of the Pixar filmmaking process: modeling, rigging, surfaces, sets and cameras, animation, simulation, lighting, and rendering.

There are over 50 interactive stations.

  • See how camera placement and angles created the big picture in ‘A Bug’s Life’
  • Create a digital sculpture from an artist’s sketch
  • Use lights to solve challenges similar to those faced by Pixar when creating underwater scenes in “Finding Nemo”
  • See how models are given a virtual skeleton that allows animators to pose them
  • Build a robot inspired by those of “Wall-E”
  • Try your hand at stop-motion animation of a jumping lamp and watch a short film of what you produced
  • See and touch scale models of many beloved Pixar characters

Tickets are on sale.

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