Google’s ATAP (Advanced Technology and Projects) group has released a mini-featurette about the making of Glen Keane’s Oscar-shortlisted Duet, which was released earlier this week in its intended interactive version. (The version that is currently contending for an Oscar is the non-interative theatrical version of the film.)

It’s a fun behind-the-scenes look, although the two-and-a-half-minute length of the documentary doesn’t allow for much in-depth exploration—for example, I would have loved to hear more about how Glen adapted to and took advantage of the 60-frame-per-second rate of the phone.

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