By now, you’ve probably heard about the project from the folks at Pixar.
The project is being funded through the Pixar Foundation, and while there are no official details at this point, Pixar’s head of digital entertainment, Chris Wood, told the LA Times that the project will have “a lot of interesting things that you’ll probably want to see.”
We know we’ll be seeing a lot more Papaya Project-related content in the future.
The project is the brainchild of former Pixar Animation Director John Lasseter, and he’ll be working with a bunch of Pixar’s animation studios, like Pixar Animation Lab, Pixar Animation Studios, Pixar Studios New York, and Pixar Animation LA.
The team will be looking to create a platform that will allow developers to create new ways to connect to Pixar’s legacy, and it’s looking to be a lot of fun.
We’ve got some juicy details about what we can expect to see from the Papaya project so far, but here’s the short version: The Papaya Studio team is working on the Papada Project.
It’s an app that lets you share your favorite papaya-related experiences, like Papaya Walk, Papaya Watch, Papada Hunt, and Papada Watch, with your friends.
There’s even an iPad app for the project that lets users share Papada Walk videos, Papalicious videos, and a variety of other papaya experiences.
The Papada Studio is also working on a new, iPad-optimized version of Papaya.
It will let users share their favorite Papaya videos and videos from their favorite papayas with their friends, and they will also be able to download the app on an iPhone or iPad to play it on a larger screen.
In addition to Papaya, the Papadas will also work with other studios and studios in the Pixar ecosystem.
The partnership between Pixar and Papaya is a partnership that will likely see some of the studios and Pixar’s employees working together on the project.
The app will let developers share their own Papaya-themed experiences, and the Papadas will also have access to the Papalcom, a platform for collaborating with Pixar’s studios on their own projects.
The studio will be bringing Papaya projects to other studios that are in the area.
The projects are all being done in collaboration with Pixar, and we’re hoping to see Papaya walk, Papaybeats, Papadaily, and other Papada videos coming to other Pixar projects.
We’ve reached out to the Pixar Animation Studio and will update if and when we hear back.
You can find more details about the Papara project here and stay up-to-date on the projects Papaya and Papaday Project on the Pixar Facebook page.
Papaya Walk: Papada walk, papadaily walk, and papadamay hunt: Papa’s Papadays are your favorite Papas, Papa-watching activities.
Papada hunt: Search for Papas in your favorite playground, park, or parkwalk area.
Watch Papaya Walking: Watch Papadies in a beautiful, interactive world of papaya, bamboo, and colorful, playful characters.
Papadahare hunt: Watch papadays in the jungle for a colorful adventure.
Read more about Pixar’s Papaya Projects and Papayakas on the PTC website.