BACK TO THE FUTURE | flux capacitor car charger. … Great Scott’s..!

Flux capacitor car


Given that you have two devices that required charging at the same time like your iPhone and some other device that needs charging in your car in which happens to be a modified DMC-12 Delorean…. Then this is for you, it’s a Flux Capacitor car charger with two recharging USB ports, so you could charge up two devices… using your car’s cigarette lighter adapter…

With the flux capacitor car charger… It as a Flux charging lighting effect which is pretty cool.. In a way give you the look and feel of that you’re gearing up for 88 mph to time travel with the capacitance lights going…  The arm of the Flux Capacitor is flexible giving you more room to manoeuvre for your needed charging devices… also it’s nice and simple and very compact.


Like to know more where you could get your Flux Capacitor charger from…?

” Back to the Hallway “

I previous did a post ” De Lorean with mini Flux Capacitor? “ and found an Update- only a few days ago and intriguing trailer of Pony Horton’s work on titled “ Back to the Hallway” the trailer opens up that a mysterious package appears on from door porch of Doctor Emmett Brown, in a neighbour of Hillsdale. He recives it an opens it, unboxing on floor, shiny chrome steel car, De Lorean drives reversely out, frosty with a license plate – out of time- then it begins to come alive traveling back in time in hallway. It will be interesting to see what this becomes a short film coming in the near future.

For more of PonyHorton’s work check it out here on his channel.

De Lorean with mini Flux Capacitor?

“Great Scotts!”

Just found tonight something pretty cool!  A you tuber known as PonyHorton, VFX  testing out for a shot for a short film,  trying to get to the same shot as ILM did, using a Diamond Select Model of the De Lorean variant that was featured in the Back to the Future, in the wild west bonnet. Dragging along the De Lorean in a raw image, adding the visual effects later, on as the miniature is going a speed of eighty eight miles per hour.   ” Man this is heavy!” it’ll interesting to see a mini Tardis also though.

For more of PonyHorton’s work check it out here on his channel.