We've already seen how Dreamworks have made the concerted effort to release every animated film from Monsters vs Aliens in 3D. It's interesting then to see that Pixar are developing a similar philosophy, starting with their upcoming release, Up.While there isn't a lot of technical detail in the clips, getting a feeling for the various ways that they're planning on stretching the 3D is an interesting look at the process of 3D filmmaking, although it is a little short. Hopefully the DVD will have some kind of special feature on the process, as well as an explanation as to why some people can't handle 3D...
Pixar Talk 3D For Up In New Clip
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