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Has anyone else ever seen a Disney Character dance like this? It's not your average Disney dance, but we had fun watching! (follow @Disneyworld_5 on instagram)

Posted by Shauna Sandiford Patterson on Thursday, July 16, 2015
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Andy's Room, and Other Painstakingly Recreated Toy Story 3 Sets Will Tug at Your Heartstrings

Singing Pup-ductions is working on a shot for shot recreation of Toy Story 3 in real life, which means they have to recreate all the sets from the film from scratch! The attention to detail is absolutely incredible; these Pixar fans didn't miss a thing. Check out photos from their version of Andy's room, his little sister's room, and the daycare below.

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Cars! 

Nobody's favorite Pixar movie is Cars, even though it is far and away the most profitable Pixar film. However, if you ever had any biological questions aout the Cars franchise, which I know you have, this video will save you a lot of time. 

YouTuber The Film Theorists have once again thrown another crazy, obsessive conspiracy theory that take every aspect of the film from its magical origins to their killjoy conclusions. Connections between the Pixar movies must exist in unified universe, so he can force theories like the Cars in Cars are bugs or something. 

Anyway, these are impressive and entertaining ideas, but also not that important. I'm not sure why you would spend so much time only on the surface of a film, instead of actually engaging with the meaning of it, but hey it's just a theory... a film theory. 

Via: Alonso Martinez
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Pixar technical director Alonso Martinez made this adorable little robot that's sure to give you the awwws. Described as a "desk companion," Mira is capable of tracking faces in order to play a game of peek-a-boo with the user. According to Martinez, 

Mira is a desk companion that makes your life better one smile at a time. This project explores human robot interactivity and emotional intelligence. Currently Mira uses face tracking to interact with the users and loves playing the game “peek-a-boo”. As her understanding of the world and people's emotions get richer so will her ability to interact with people in a more meaningful way.

When Mira sees you during a game of peek-a-boo, she wobbles and chirps with excitement, which surely makes long days stuck at a desk easier. There's no word on whether or not Martinez plans to bring Mira to the consumer market, but if he does, you can bet I'll be first in line to buy one.