fan builds real-life wall-e robot from scratch

This is crazy geek, and I love it. Wall-E is one of my favorite Pixar movies, so I was amused to hear about this guy who built his very own life-sized, functioning Wall-E robot replica. Mike Senna, a computer programmer and robot hobbyist, spent two years of his free time building and perfecting a robot Wall-E in his garage. It moves and rolls and even talks. Check it out:

Pretty impressive, considering the whole thing was built from scratch. For more information and photos about the real-life WALL-E, check out Mike Senna's blog: Adventures with WALL-E. (Thanks, Nong.)

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