If you’re a fan of science fiction or motoring, you might be interested in one of the following: a superbike that replicates a ride from the sci-fi film tron: legacy and travels at 193 kilometers per hour.
The virtual motorcycle in the movie is designed by the most advanced CGI animation technology, and is controlled by computer programs and players. The real version, by Parker Brothers Choppers, is 2.4 meters long, 0.5 meters wide, weighs about 215 kilograms, can reach 193 kilometers per hour and costs 33,000 pounds.
A screenshot of tron: legacy shows a Photoluminescent Film motorcycle controlled by computer and human players.
The most amazing thing about this car is the hubless wheels, which are made from truck tires with electronic light belts around them. The steel frame of the car body is covered with glass fiber reinforced plastic (GFRP) cover and equipped with shock absorbing springs in front and back. It should be noted that the rider has to maintain a near-horizontal posture when driving it, just like the rider in tron. The parkers claimed to have designed the car in just 30 minutes.
The car body, tire rims are equipped with electronic light belt.
In addition to its sleek appearance, the Photoluminescent Film motorcycle has a four-stroke suzuki 996CC jet engine, compared with a two-stroke engine on a regular motorcycle. An iPad port is designed on the body of the car. After connecting, the driving process status information can be downloaded from the on-board computer.
The car, which has a top speed of 120 miles per hour, can be ordered online. Park brothers spokesman trice Hammond said: “the bike has been fine-tuned and is now in every way consistent with the one in the film. It looks great, and if you ride it around the streets, it turns heads.