Wrecking Crew Orchestra’s TRON-inspired dance video illuminates the Internet

Japanese dance troupe, Wrecking Crew Orchestra, tears up the floor in a new, TRON-inspired routine that is sure to literally brighten your day.

The video features the song "Arena" from the Grammy Award-nominated soundtrack to the 2010 film, "Tron: Legacy," by French music duo, Daft Punk. It also features music from award winning DJ/producer, David Guetta, French electro house duo, Justice, Italian DJ/producers, Crookers and English dubstep DJ/producer, Flux Pavilion.

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The clip was posted in February and in a month's time has garnered more than 3.2 million views on YouTube.

Wearing suites featuring iLuminate technology, this eight-man dance team is able to perform tricks and choreography while veiled in darkness without ever missing a beat.  The suits are wirelessly controlled and the routine includes a mix of stop-motion animation, ripple effects and levitation tricks that leave that audience in amazement and always wanting more.

The impressive dance caught the eye of Sony Mobile who featured it in their latest Xperia commercial in Japan.

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Check out some behind the scenes footage of the making of the commercial and see how much preparation goes into a routine as high tech and as high energy as this one.

Behind the scenes look at the making of the TRON Dance

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