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"REGOGNIZER" of TRON:Legacy
TRON:Legacy RECOGNIZER
About this creation


This is my rendition of the TRON: Legacy "RECOGNIZER". The Model consists of 4087 Bricks and took about 48 hours to design. I worked with pictures I found on the web because when I started modeling I didn't have the movie on DVD. I used LEGO's own LDD (Lego Digital Designer) Software during the design phase. Preparation and conversion for rendering with POVRAY was done in "Bricksmith". I'm using a iMac (6 core i7, with 4GB of RAM) to render the images in POVRAY 3.7 64bit. I rendered a 3540 frame long animation where I show off the mechanical design of my creation. Check it out on Youtube: LEGO RECOGNIZER on YouTube



Comments

 I like it 
  February 24, 2013
epic, when i first saw the vid i was stunned! i never thought someone would ever make a reco this good!
  January 16, 2013
Absolutely amazing.
 I like it 
  January 13, 2013
This is really impressive! I'm a big fan of TRON: Legacy, and LEGO Digital Designer for that matter. Great job!!
 I like it 
  September 16, 2012
Sweet!
 I like it 
  December 12, 2011
The video is also really EPIC! I see it has all the functions that a Recognizer from the movie can do! I also liked how you used the song "Recognizer" in the video! Great work!
 I like it 
  December 12, 2011
Wow, this is really cool!
 I made it 
  July 19, 2011
Quoting Stuart Kahler ...You could quadruple the number of MOCs in the Tron group here: ... You might want to do some stud reversal on the insides of the legs and then tile over the studs. Same with the bottom of the body. Having excessive exposed studs leaves an unfinished look, and having the waffle pattern showing in a prominent place is even worse.
Thanks for the hint about the TRON Group! Seems really sad that there is only one build in there right now. Also thanks for your tips and constructive criticism. These are my first LEGO designs as an Adult. Haven't had any contact with other "AFOLS" so far. Interesting terms you are using. "Stud reversal" and "waffle pattern". Really cool to get in touch with the scene ... Honestly, I was thinking about hiding every single stud and laying everything out with tiles but then decided against it. Even though I designed it to be possibly built, I knew I probably will only be able to use it for my computer animations. My goal was to actually make it look like a LEGOŽ build. The studs and the familiar waffle pattern help a great deal to show that in the animation. There are tons of Tron-animations out there that are made with conventional 3D software and renderers. I wanted my youtube viewers to actually see that it is designed with LEGOŽ Bricks. Never the less, thanks for the tips! ... who knows, maybe some day I'll create a new and improved RECOGNIZER 2.1 !
 I like it 
  July 14, 2011
Nice MOC, great animation. Hard to believe it's gone 3 weeks without any comments. I know people hate LDD around here, but it looks like people aren't even looking at this one. Maybe add it to some of the Sci-Fi groups? You could quadruple the number of MOCs in the Tron group here: http://www.mocpages.com/group_mocs.php?id=17272 You might want to do some stud reversal on the insides of the legs and then tile over the studs. Same with the bottom of the body. Having excessive exposed studs leaves an unfinished look, and having the waffle pattern showing in a prominent place is even worse.
 
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