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Light Cycle TRON 3D Model

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Specifications

  • Geometrypolygonal
  • Polygons3,407,418
  • Vertices1,714,964
  • TexturesYes
  • RiggedNo
  • AnimatedYes
  • 3D Printable ReadyNo
  • Game Ready (low poly)No
  • UV MappedNo
  • Unwrapped UVsunknown

Formats & Files

FBX
(.fbx)
20 MB

Light Cycle.zip
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1 MB

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Description

Light cycles were originally fictional vehicles designed by Syd Mead for the simulated world of the Tron universe. 5 real-life replica light cycles were created by Parker Brothers Concepts in Florida, one of which was sold by Sothebys for a reported $77,000 These futuristic two-wheeled vehicles resemble motorcycles and create walls of colored light. The vehicles were primarily used in a competition between humanoid computer programs, similar to the 1976 arcade game Blockade, which was the first of a genre called Snake. Players are in constant motion on a playfield, creating a wall of light behind them as they move. If players hit a wall, their light cycle explodes, placing them out of the game; the last player in the game wins. Since the original display in Tron, there have been numerous adaptations, as well as references in popular culture.
Jun 19, 2020 date added
Sep 20, 2020 last update

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