Pixar in a box

I've been very bad at updating my blog in the last few years. One reason is that having baby greatly reduces one's few time, the other is that I tend to work on Khan Academy, where my work is already online for people to see. Over the last year and half I've been working on creating interactive programs for Khan Academy's partnership with Pixar: Pixar in a Box.

As you can imagine, working with Pixar is super-exciting, and I'm very pleased with how this project worked out (and there's more to come!). I learnt a lot while working on it, but was also able to use some of the 3D techniques I described on his blog. My favourite programs are probably those that explain subdivision, as shown here.

Screen shot of 3D subdivision program

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