Wouldn't it be cool if you could go to the theater and see a live performance of Tron: Legacy? Well, imagine no more. A small dance troupe from Japan has pulled the neon-digital magic from the big screen to the small stage.
Recreating songs with old floppy disk drives will never get old. Daft Punk, five floppy disk drives and "Derezzed." That's all you need to know to have your mind blown.
I'm not entirely sure what Tron does for a living. Plays video games and rides expensive motorcycles, I guess. And if I were Tron, I'd insist on a working environment like this one.
Does anyone still really care about Tron stuff? It all seems a bit 2010 to me, but if you still have a love for all things Tron, here's a really cool looking watch that you can actually buy today.
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!
During the whole Tron Legacy hype, the absence of any brands capitalizing on the social media phenom known as the Tron Guy was conspicuous, but one seemingly mundane brand has remedied this by producing a rather funny ode to the sci-fi franchise.
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!
So Tron Legacy was a little underwhelming. That's what happens when a movie is so overhyped! It just can't live up to those heightened expectations. But you know what would have taken the movie to the next level? A Tron Cat.
Well, Tron Legacy is finally in theaters at long last. And what better way to celebrate the release of an overhyped big-budget movie than with a hastily-designed product tie-in?