Wall-E In Real Life
Mike Senna from Yorba Linda, California has created a working life-size WALL-E, the exact robot from the popular animated Pixar film. It took Mike 2 and 1/2 years to create the robot logging in over 3,200 hours, that’s an average of almost 4 hours/day. Mike shares his story why he created WALL-E and what WALL-E can do.
WALL-E First Public Appearance.
DJ Sures builds a real life robot from the Disney movie Wall-E. The original toy used was a U-Command Wall-E. With a couple servos and 2.4 ghz wireless camera Wall-E comes to life. He can dance, follow colors, track faces, and also has voice recognition.
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