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Published on August 9, 2018 by Unity

Disney Television Animation and Unity have collaborated to create “Baymax Dreams,” three innovative episodic animated shorts that are inspired by Emmy-Nominated “Big Hero 6 The Series.” Take a sneak peek behind the scenes to see how Disney Television Animation is working with Unity to push the limits of animation using real-time, non-linear production workflows. “Baymax Dreams” is directed by Simon J. Smith with Disney Television Animation’s creative oversight and a crew of 15 “Made with Unity” team members over 6 months using Unity 2018.2. “Baymax Dreams” will premiere on DisneyNOW and Disney Channel’s YouTube channel beginning Sept. 15.

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22 Comments on "Behind the Scenes on “Baymax Dreams” (Made with Unity for Disney Television Animation)"

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Louis Hong
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Louis Hong
6 days 4 hours ago

anyone recognize Keijiro's effects in the video?

2017 j
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2017 j
6 days 11 hours ago

Awesome

Rami M.
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Rami M.
7 days 6 hours ago

You guys are insane!!

BigHero6 Fanatic2004
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BigHero6 Fanatic2004
8 days 2 hours ago

I can't wait to see this!

TANASART PT
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TANASART PT
8 days 4 hours ago

That's really shows how the engine can be used by real professional to create some amazing thing.

Jungley
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Jungley
8 days 8 hours ago

Yeah unity is pretty dope

Aman Saxena
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Aman Saxena
8 days 8 hours ago

Nah, baymax rendered on renderman looks better 👨‍🏫

Aman Saxena
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Aman Saxena
7 days 8 hours ago

Right, Just read that in Wikipedia. Hyperion was specially developed for enhanced GI effects and RenderMan was kept as a backup.

Ar7ific1al
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Ar7ific1al
8 days 1 hour ago

Having the absolute best visuals isn't the focus. lol Of course the cinematic visuals produced by Hyperion are superior. (RenderMan was not used for the film)

Miguel Ángel Adorna
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Miguel Ángel Adorna
8 days 9 hours ago

Unity is love!

CrimsonBlasphemy
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CrimsonBlasphemy
8 days 9 hours ago

So, when's the buy out? /s
More seriously, good job by Unity growing their platform. Not only did they bust open low cost of entry game development, but now they're cracking CG cinematography.

Mac
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Mac
8 days 10 hours ago

So androids DO dream of electric sheep…

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