About The Science Behind Pixar

The Science Behind Pixar is a 13,000 square foot exhibition touring two copies — one nationally, and one internationally. It was created by the Museum of Science, Boston, in collaboration with Pixar Animation Studios. This website features some of the activities, videos, and images from the exhibition that describe the math, computer science, and science that go into making computer animated films.

The Science Behind Pixar is now open at CaixaForum – Madrid and Carnegie Science Center – Pittsburgh


Explore the Exhibit

Explore the content and some of the videos and activities from the exhibition.

For Researchers

See what visitors are learning in The Science Behind Pixar exhibition.

For Educators

Download free materials to make the most your time before, during, and after your visit to the exhibition.