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A '''Cycle''' (also known as a '''Tron Cycle''' or '''TC''') is a measurement of time used in the [[Grid]]. The dialogue in ''[[TRON: Legacy]]'', implies that a Cycle to a Grid inhabitant is the equivalent of a year to a person in the real world.
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A '''Cycle''' (also known as a '''Tron Cycle''' or '''TC''') is a measurement of time used in the [[Grid]]. The dialogue in ''[[TRON: Legacy]]'' implies that a cycle to a Grid inhabitant is the equivalent of a year to a person in the real world.
   
[[Kevin Flynn]] mentions that a '''millicycle''' is about 8 hours. The metric prefix "milli" denotes one thousandth, which would make a Cycle about 8,000 hours (for comparison, a 365 day year is 8,760 hours).
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[[Kevin Flynn]] mentions that a '''millicycle''' is about eight hours. The metric prefix "milli" denotes one thousandth, which would make a cycle about 8,000 hours (for comparison, a 365 day year is 8,760 hours).
   
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!style="background:#001F33; border-bottom:1px solid #088fb1;" colspan="2"| Grid Time
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|1050 TC
!style="background:#001F33; border-bottom:1px solid #088fb1;"| Real Time
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|1050 years
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|21 years
 
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| 1050 TC || 1050 years || 21 years
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|50 TC
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|50 years
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|1 year
 
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| 50 TC || 50 years || 1 year
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|1 TC
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|52.14 weeks
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|7.3 days
 
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| 1 TC || 52.14 weeks || 7.3 days
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|137 mTC
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|7.143 weeks
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|1 day
 
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| 137 mTC || 7.143 weeks || 1 day
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|5.7 mTC
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|2.083 days
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|1 hour
 
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| 5.7 mTC || 2.083 days || 1 hour
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|1 mTC
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|8.76 hours
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|10½ min.
 
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| 1 mTC || 8.76 hours || 10½ min.
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|.095 mTC
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|0.833 hours
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|1 min.
 
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| .095 mTC || 0.833 hours || 1 min.
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|.002 mTC
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|50 sec.
| .002 mTC || 50 sec. || 1 sec.
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|1 sec.
 
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The ''[[TRON: Legacy The Official Movie Magazine]]'' includes a timeline of the [[Grid]], explaining that time moves faster in the system because its only limit is the speed at which electrons can move in circuitry. The guide states that one year in the real world equals about 50 cycles in the Grid, which would mean that Kevin Flynn was trapped inside the Grid for roughly 1,000 years from his viewpoint. This would seem to be confirmed within the movie itself by [[Castor]]'s line that [[Clu 2|Clu]] had been trying to obtain [[Kevin Flynn's Identity Disc]] for 1,000 cycles.
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The ''[[TRON: Legacy The Official Movie Magazine]]'' includes a timeline of the [[Grid]], explaining that time moves faster in the system because its only limit is the speed at which electrons can move in circuitry. The guide states that one year in the real world equals about fifty cycles in the Grid, which would mean that Kevin Flynn was trapped inside the Grid for roughly 1,000 years from his viewpoint. This would seem to be confirmed within the movie itself by [[Castor|Castor's]] line that [[Clu 2|Clu]] had been trying to obtain [[Kevin Flynn's Identity Disc]] for 1,000 cycles.
   
Using the 1 real year = 50 Grid years = 50 Cycles correlation, one can extrapolate the times shown in the table to the right.
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Using the 1 real year = 50 Grid years = 50 cycles correlation, one can extrapolate the times shown in the table to the right.
   
 
In ''[[TRON: Uprising]]'', the term "cycle" is used colloquially to mean one workday; [[General Tesler]], waking from sleep, is wished a "pleasant cycle" by the Voice of the Grid.
 
In ''[[TRON: Uprising]]'', the term "cycle" is used colloquially to mean one workday; [[General Tesler]], waking from sleep, is wished a "pleasant cycle" by the Voice of the Grid.
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Latest revision as of 22:30, January 26, 2014

Long time.

—Sam Flynn

You have no idea...

—Kevin Flynn

A Cycle (also known as a Tron Cycle or TC) is a measurement of time used in the Grid. The dialogue in TRON: Legacy implies that a cycle to a Grid inhabitant is the equivalent of a year to a person in the real world.

Kevin Flynn mentions that a millicycle is about eight hours. The metric prefix "milli" denotes one thousandth, which would make a cycle about 8,000 hours (for comparison, a 365 day year is 8,760 hours).

Cycles Perceived Grid Time Real Time
1050 TC 1050 years 21 years
50 TC 50 years 1 year
1 TC 52.14 weeks 7.3 days
137 mTC 7.143 weeks 1 day
5.7 mTC 2.083 days 1 hour
1 mTC 8.76 hours 10½ min.
.095 mTC 0.833 hours 1 min.
.002 mTC 50 sec. 1 sec.

The TRON: Legacy The Official Movie Magazine includes a timeline of the Grid, explaining that time moves faster in the system because its only limit is the speed at which electrons can move in circuitry. The guide states that one year in the real world equals about fifty cycles in the Grid, which would mean that Kevin Flynn was trapped inside the Grid for roughly 1,000 years from his viewpoint. This would seem to be confirmed within the movie itself by Castor's line that Clu had been trying to obtain Kevin Flynn's Identity Disc for 1,000 cycles.

Using the 1 real year = 50 Grid years = 50 cycles correlation, one can extrapolate the times shown in the table to the right.

In TRON: Uprising, the term "cycle" is used colloquially to mean one workday; General Tesler, waking from sleep, is wished a "pleasant cycle" by the Voice of the Grid.

NotesEdit

  • An Intel 8086 Processor circa 1980 has about 8MHz which equals out to about 8 million cycles a second.

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