Pixar History: The early 90's
Pixar History: The early 90's

Pixar History: The early 90’s

Discover the early 90’s history of Pixar in this documentary about the beginning of Full CG animated movies, commercial & the presentation of Renderman. Pixar began in 1979 as the Graphics Group, part of the computer division of Lucasfilm before its spin-out as a corporation in 1986 with funding by Apple Inc. co-founder Steve Jobs, who became its majority shareholder.

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In 1989 Lasseter’s growing animation department, originally composed of just four people (Lasseter, Bill Reeves, Eben Ostby, and Sam Leffler), was turned into a division that produced computer-animated commercials for outside companies. Early successes included campaigns for Tropicana, Listerine, and Life Savers. In April 1990 Pixar sold its hardware division, including all proprietary hardware technology and imaging software, to Vicom Systems, and transferred 18 of Pixar’s approximately 100 employees. The same year Pixar moved from San Rafael to Richmond, California.[18] Pixar released some of its software tools on the open market for Macintosh and Windows systems. RenderMan was one of the leading 3d packages of the early 1990s, and Typestry was a special-purpose 3D text renderer that competed with Adobe AddDepth.

Pixar History: The early 90's
Pixar History: The early 90’s
Pixar History: The early 90's
Pixar History: The early 90’s
Pixar History: The early 90's
Pixar History: The early 90’s
Pixar History: The early 90's
Pixar History: The early 90’s
Pixar History: The early 90's
Pixar History: The early 90’s
Pixar History: The early 90's
Pixar History: The early 90’s
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