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...
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