roboticist creates WALL • And for real

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Mike Senna, a roboticist from California, built a real WALL • E that can move, wave, and call his own name in a digitized voice.

Previously, Senna built a fully functional R2-D2, like the little robot from Pixar (main character in the film that bears his name). In his latest project, he invested 25 hours a week (somewhere between 3,200-3,800 in total) to build it, and uses the friendly robot at various times, including charity events, in which WALL • E gives the kids a good time. ?[[Adventures with WALL • E]

[via TechCrunch]