Editor's Pick Pixar gave a rare look inside the making of Monsters University in visit to the company's campus in Emeryville, Calif.
stories by Dean Takahashi
Even with computers, it still takes weeks to create a few seconds of animation. Monsters are harder to animate than you'd expect.
Monster's University is a technological marvel that took a room full of computers years to fully animate. A single frame took 29 hours to render.
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