DBZ Tribute is not an official project — but damn if it doesn't look hot anyway.
The project is the work of a number of professional artists who have come together to create a computer-generated animated sequence that will act as a tribute to Akira Toriyama's work. So far, there are only teasers. Despite that, what little I've seen has me pretty excited about the final project, though.
For one, the enemies seem realistic and terrifying:
Goku's expressions are fantastic, and the dialogue captures that classic Dragon Ball humour:
The Kamehameha makes its obligatory appearance:
Some stills from the project...
There's more to come, but for now, it might be worth checking out the artists on the project. They include...
Javier Zumaeta, who has worked on PlayStation All-Stars Battle Royale.
Bruno Camara, who has worked on Ryse: Son of Rome.