# How are 3D cartoons made? (Hint: Math!)

Check out this very interesting video on how Pixar makes 3D Movies using Math. If you are a fan of Pixar cartoons, you must watch this! Eigenanalysis, a branch of Math mentioned in the video, seems to be related to the subject Linear Algebra, which is taught in undergraduate Math courses.

This is one of Pixar’s earlier short films, titled Geri’s game, which is also mentioned in the first video.

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