London Transforms the Queen Elizabeth Hospital into the Tron: Legacy Experience

If you happened to be in London’s Southbank area last week you may have stumbled upon some Tron: Legacy goodness.  In conjunction with HP and the Tron: Legacy franchise, the Guided Collective (think creative ad agency) in conjunction with Flat-e / Seeper, and Si Begg, came together to create an awesome piece of creativity involving music and technology from Disney’s upcoming Tron reboot.  For just over 9 minutes Tron fans were mesmerized by a symphony of Daft Punk (doing the movie soundtrack) music, and a laser light show that was projected on the QEH to make it look like a living building.  I usually don’t have a ton of patience, but I found myself staring at this video like a cow staring at a fresh patch of grass.  Check it out below and don’t be afraid to let it run for awhile.  It’s Sunday, what else do you have to do?  You’ve been wanting your office building to get the Tron treatment…


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