Pixar’s “Inside Out” has seen its fair share of changes this year, but its main change is that the movie’s main character is now a virtual person, which gives the movie a much more human feel.
While Pixar is still developing this new technology, the company’s creative director, Brad Bird, revealed the company was going to be adding a lot of new features to the movie, including new lighting and tone options, and new textures and tone.
We got to see these new features in “Inside In,” and the new effects seem to be in line with the Pixar philosophy: the story is told through the eyes of the virtual person.
So while we have not yet seen any of these new effects, we are seeing a lot more of them this year.
First up is the new ambient lighting, which is the same way that you’d expect it to be: it changes the way the world looks in the film.
But instead of just letting the lighting take the form of a simple light that’s dim, Pixar is adding more complex lighting that allows the movie to change colors in a different way.
The way the movie changes colors is different, as well.
The new lighting adds an additional depth of field that’s a little more subtle, which makes the film more immersive, as the colors change more subtly in different parts of the room.
Also, the new texture and tone are designed to help the movie “punch a hole through the viewer,” as Bird puts it.
“There are things that are subtle and there are things like this kind of effect where we want to make the world seem bigger, or bigger, and bigger,” Bird said.
These changes, though, aren’t as dramatic as some of the new things that Pixar has introduced this year to the film, like the new audio effects and sound effects.
The first new audio effect that I can see is the “Bass” sound effect, which will help make the movie feel more immersive.
The “BASS” sound effects are the first things that I think people will notice when they hear the movie.
It sounds a little bit like an elevator, and it sounds like a bass drum, but it has this kind and kind of a kick.
When I hear that I’m really excited because the bass is kind of what I’ve always been searching for.
When we first saw it in “Toy Story 3,” I didn’t think that we would get it this year and it’s so exciting.
“Inside Outside” is now set to open in theaters nationwide on November 14.
Check out some new video from “Inside Inside” below: