I swear, this is the last TRON-related post I’ll put up for a while. This cool paper art is actually not new, but for sure, TRON fans will enjoy these.
Remember Bit – that character from the original movie? It is said that that “it” is the first computer-generated imagery character ever to be used in a film. While that may be debatable, the papercraft created by Tektonten ((Source: Tektonten)) is something to admire.
Quick fresher: Bit only speaks “yes” or “no” – binary, bit, 0, 1, get it? The first image with the orange shape represents Bit saying yes, while the rightmost image (the red one) represents Bit saying no. The blue one in the middle is Bit not saying anything – it’s resting state, so to speak. Want to create your own “Bit states”? You can find detailed instructions at Tektonten.
I am pretty sure you’ve already watched the 1982 movie at least once in preparation for TRON: Legacy, but here’s something to remind you of Bit.
Enjoy the movie this weekend!