Pixar's universe famously boasts oodles of heart, and beautifully realized characters, and intricate worlds that astound. But that cinematic magic all begins with the technical ways the films come together, from lighting to modeling to simulation. A new exhibit at the California Science Center delves into the detailed ways animators dream up, then compose and fill out a movie, from infusing the settings with true depth to making each item look as though it appears in real, right-in-front-of-you space. In short? The principles of STEM are at the forefront of this idea-filled, you-try-it-out-too show.