Back in the 1930s, Walt Disney and his animators created a rulebook that has now inspired millions.
Disney Research creates cuddly teddy bears and noisy interactive speaker toys with 3D printing.
A computer program developed by engineers at the University of Missouri to understand blast scenarios finds use in Disney’s animated film, "Frozen."
Disney creates tech that allows you to feel the shape and texture of items pictured on a perfectly flat touchscreen.
These cute, interactive critters are sporting some very cool screens as eyeballs.
Leave it to the folks at Disney to figure out that simply rubbing two pieces of material together can generate electricity.
Over at the Magic Kingdom, shoving a finger into your friend's ear counts a "research."
You know how Wile E. Coyote's eyes turn to dollar signs when he's feeling greedy? Disney wants our toys to do the same thing.
An inside look at how Disney created Paperman's 2D-looking aesthetic using 3D CGI and won an Oscar for best animated short film.
With George Lucas out of the picture, Disney is saying no to 3D rereleases. Finally, a movie studio comes to it senses.