Video: Bicycles with lights ringing their back wheels and expert visual editing basically turns regular mountain biking into light cycles on The Grid in Tron. It's already a cool effect in real time because the lights start spiralling with the wheels, but reaches another level of awesomeness with some editing in post-production because the frames get stitched up to look as if the light were leaving colourful trails in nature. I wish this actually happened in real life. Light Cycles was made by Mike Gamble with the VFX being done by Thomas Wood.
Riding A Bicycle With Lights On Its Wheels Is Basically Tron
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