Tron Legacy

Celestra

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#1
Tron was my "nick name"
 


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bassfisher6522

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#2
Whoa, that brings back some time back. I remember when Tron first came out back in 1982. That started my love for SyFy and Space movies. This is the first I herd much less seen of a new Tron. I checked out the trailor, damn I hooked, can't wait till it comes out.....
 


kemical

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#3
Awesome find!

Like Bassfisher, Tron blew me away when it was first released.. Those were the days! With our ZX81 computers and Tron we thought an amazing future was only a few years away....lol

The new film looks cool and I'll watch out for when it's released..
 


Celestra

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#4
Home Computers Looked Primitive

Home computers, never even saw a ZX81. I don't think they were that popular.
 


kemical

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#5
Check it out:

ZX81 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

I'm talking circa 1982/3.....? Can't really remember lol it was so long ago....
Also it may have been called something else in the states?
 


Celestra

Former Moderator
#6
No Big Marketing Push

Office computers were sophisticated in that time period. Bulky comparatively. Ten key by touch- very necessary. That thing looks like a word processor. Home computers had no big marketing push, you didn't see um in stores or on T.V.
 


kemical

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#7
When that was released there were no home computers to speak of really thats why it was so exciting..
 


Celestra

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#8
First Tron Movie Clip

This was the first computer animated picture ever made-
 


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kemical

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#9
Cool...:cool:
 


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