Learn how to make an edible Tron glow pie with Jessica from Pies are Awesome. Basically, you just make a regular pie and use a mixture of tonic water and agar powder to enhance certain details once the pie is cooked! [Pies are Awesome | Pies Are Awesome on Youtube] The post How to Make an Edible Tron Glow Pie [Video] appeared first on Geeks are Sexy Technology News.
Jessica Leigh Clark-Bojin of Pies Are Awesome demonstrates how to make an edible TRON pie that glows when under a black light in her latest tutorial video. A photo posted by Pies Are Awesome (@thepieous) on Jan 8, 2017 at 8:00pm PST A photo posted by Pies Are Awesome (@thepieous) on Jan 9, 2017 at […]
Jessica of Pies Are Awesome, our favorite baker of geektastic pies (previously featured here), just unveiled this radiantly awesome Edible Tron Glow Pie. The glowing portions of the pie were made with tonic water and agar-agar gelatin. Show More Summary
If there’s one takeaway from either the original 1982 TRON movie or the 2010 sequel, Tron: Legacy, it’s that glowing stuff is always kind of cool to look at. To build off this, the talented and creative bakers at Pies Are Awesome managed to make a delicious-looking TRON-themed pie that glows in the dark, but is still… Read more...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tcI9iU98olk&feature=youtu.be Jessica Leigh Clark-Bojin, storied nerd piemaker, created this fluorescing Tron pie, doped with tonic water for extra UV-reacting goodness.
HTC revealed the Vive Pre, the company’s final developer kit model, at last year's CES to introduce the integrated camera’s “Tron Mode” chaperone feature and Mura correction. This year, HTC is focusing on enhancements for the Vive experience.
Motion Design: FS-II by Nicola Lopardo abduzeedo Jan 02, 2017 FS-II is a motion design project shared by Nicolas Lopard on his Behance profile. As a fan of abstract designs, especially futuristic patterns that remind of Tron, I could not let this pass. Show More Summary
The 1982 Tron Holiday Special 1:33 A recently unearthed Christmas classic from 1982, starring most of your favorite Tron characters and laser bikes. Submitted by: Funny Or Die Regular Keywords: tron clu jeff bridges light bikes light...Show More Summary
A collection of disco songs screwed up by DJ Tron (of Secousse and formerly of Radioclit).
From GE and Amazon comes the C Lamp, the first in a new line of futuristic lighting. The post This Funky New Lamp Looks Like Tron And Talks Like Alexa appeared first on WIRED.
This experimental electric vehicle merges autos and motorcycles into a new, strange beast. This experimental electric vehicle merges autos and motorcycles into a new, strange beast. What may be the next big thing in the global ride-sharing movement is already tooling around on the streets of Grenoble, France. Read Full Story
One of the most underutilized properties in all of entertainment is Tron. It's such a cool concept that lacks proper exploitation in the realm of film, TV, music and especially video games. Well, in the realm of games, there was going to be very different Tron game compared to...
Back in 2008 F.E.A.R. 3 and Fracture developer Day 1 Studios was developing a Tron game to tie into the films sequel, Tron: Legacy. Unfortunately, Disney pulled the plug. Now Unseen 64 has unearthed prototype footage of Day 1's cancelled Tron title, tentatively titled TR2N: Liberation. Show More Summary
Short film X-Story, by Vitaliy Shushko, has everything you need for a good action-adventure tale: a robot arm, a Tron cycle, a man peeing off a cliff, death-defying leaps, and enough Xs to challenge any X-Men movie. Read more...
TRON roller coaster ride at Shanghai Disneyland. YouTube link (thanks Cora) The Presurfer
The Tron lightcycle is one of the coolest vehicles of all time...and now you can drive it in GTA Online, thanks to a new “Deadline” mode. The update is one of the best additions to GTA Online in a long time. Read more...
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“Light Cycles” is a low-fi re-creation of the the long, neon trails emitted by the Light Cycle featured in TRON: Legacy, that used highly skilled mountain bikers with LEDs mounted onto their back wheels. According to filmmaker Mike Gamble, the effect was hard-won. LIGHT CYCLES began as a dream, developed into a problem and spawned […]
Back in 2014, we first talked about LightMode kits, which let you put glowing lights on your motorcycle helmet and look like TRON cruising down the road. There were some annoyances with that original kit for…