It's creations like these that make us wish arcades still existed in abundance.
With all that neon in Tron, it's difficult to picture Light Cycles guzzling up gasoline in the Grid. The Parker Brothers have returned with an all-electric model of their replica Tron Light Cycle that can be driven for 100 miles on a 15-35 minute charge. Impressive!
Learning to ride a two wheeler just got way cooler, with this Tron inspired toddler scooter created by a designer at the Trek bicycle company.
Tron Legacy's Light Cycle is a pretty sweet looking ride, but what if it was redesigned by some of the world's most talented concept artists and designers? Well, SideQuesting held a contest to celebrate the release of Tron and Tron: Legacy on Blu-ray and DVD and here are the winners. All of which look delightfully fantastic!
Creating a Tron Legacy homage out of a Segway seems like such a no-brainer, that I'm frankly amazed that we haven't seen one until now.
Movie-branded computer peripherals normally aren't all that interesting. However, given Tron's unique aesthetic, we'll always take a peek. Tell us it acts like a Light Cycle, and all the sudden we're all kinds of interested.