A bright, three-dimensional lamp has been created by Pixar and the creators of the beloved classic “Lamp.”
The video above, which features the lamps, was created by a team of four young artists at Pixar’s Pixar Lab in California.
They were joined by the talented Pixar animation artists, who were also responsible for creating a wide range of lighting effects for the film.
“We thought it would be cool to put this lamp in a video, and it turns out it was really well received,” said Chris Gorman, the director of the studio’s animation studio.
“We were excited about the light.”
While the video is technically a lamp, it’s really not the sort of light you’d find in your standard home theater.
“The video is not for everyday use,” said Gorman.
“It’s something that’s really fun to work with.
It’s not a traditional lamp.
It has a lot of different lighting effects and it’s kind of like a video game with the video game.”
Gorman said the video was made with “almost every kind of lighting effect” — including laser light, laser pointers, fire, and even a camera mounted in the ceiling.
While it’s not clear how many people will have the opportunity to see the video, Gorman said it will be posted on the company’s official website, as well as YouTube.
“It’s a very cool thing for Pixar,” said Bob Biederman, senior director of product management at Pixar, which also owns Lucasfilm.
“I’m a big fan of the ‘Lantern Lights,’ and we wanted to make something that was kind of fun for the audience.”
It’s not the first time a video lamp has made its way to the internet.
In 2012, a video of a similar video lamp was released by the makers of “A Wrinkle in Time,” which was based on the book by J.R.R Tolkien.