Вот это номер! Без комментариев... Pixar claims exluna infringed on animation patent SAN FRANCISCO -- Pixar Animation Studios, creator of the "Toy Story" and "A Bug's Life" movies, said in a lawsuit that Exluna Inc. infringed on its patents for rendering computer animated images. In a suit filed yesterday in U.S. District Court in San Francisco, Pixar, headed by Steve Jobs, chief executive of Apple Computer Inc., said Exluna "has been and is directly and knowingly infringing" on Pixar's patent. Pixar uses its technology to produce computer animated movies that have grossed more than $1.1 billion worldwide since 1995. The company's latest movie, "Monsters, Inc.," has grossed more than $250 million. Pixar said closely held Exluna, whose founders are former Pixar employees, hasn't licensed the technology. Emeryville, California-based Pixar is seeking a jury trial and unspecified damages. Beth Loughney, president and chief executive at Berkeley, California-based Exluna, said she hasn't seen the suit. "We take that very seriously," said Loughney, declining further comment. Pixar has a partnership with Walt Disney Co. in which it produces movies that Disney markets and distributes. Shares of Pixar rose 13 cents to $32.51.