Boba Fett turns to the Tron universe and teams up with Grumpy Cat in this mashup by HeroforPain. He’s not just carrying Grumpy cat into the battlefield, the cat actually fights. The two top cannons are operated by grumpy cat.
The tron wrap suits the Camaro very well, and the muscle car totally pulls it off. Team Turbo Legacy customized this 750HP Chevy Camaro with a TRON Legacy wrap by SS Customs.
Tokyoflash watches are more famous for using strange means to tell time, rather than laying it straight. That happens to be the USP of Tokyoflash watches, and we’d hate to see them going any other way. Their latest watch comes by the name of Kisai Seven and very cleverly incorporates design cues from Tron in the shape of two pulsing LED rings that could be blue or white and come with three animation presets. They are currently selling the watch at $99, though the price will soon go up to $139.
This commercial was made for Duck tape and creatively uses duct tape to mimic Tron Lightcycles in a very interesting display.
Kids sure would love riding a lightcycle as much as any of us adults. Sadly though, “real” lightcycles are nowhere to be found, but we could enjoy about as much with custom made replicas like this one from Ryan Callahan. This particular lightcycle was just a one-off piece made for the recent TrekWorld trade show.
“End of the Line, in association with Distillery Productions and Toby Summerskill, have filmed the first 3D Graffiti Time-lapse. Created to document the production of a painted promo for Disney’s Tron: Legacy this is the final 2D edit.”
Having seen a lot of Tron-inspired stuff, we were sort of wondering when a casemod would show up. It’s late to the party, but it is well dressed. The best part of course is that it does look like a lightcycle, and not some weirdly fangled together collection slapped with the lightcycle name. It’s glossy, it’s got good lighting, and of course, badass computing power.
It’s been a long time since we saw anything Tron-inspired. We’re liking this kitchen from Milan-based architectural and design Studio AquiliAlberg. It looks futuristic with a clean design. Yet we can’t help thinking that the kitchen lacks lightcycles… Lightcycles in the kitchen? I must be going mad.