In 2010, the robot hobbyist came up with a much bigger challenge for himself – to build a working WALL-E robot.
To get the movements just right, he used screen grabs from the movie as well as posters. Senna, who has a full-time job as well, spent 25 hours per week on the project.
He now takes the working WALL-E to Hope Cancer Survivors Picnic for pediatrics and enjoys the astonished looks he gets from the kids there.
Check it out in the video below.
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- Watch: Real-Life WALL-E Comes Alive (pixartimes.com)
- WALL-E Replica: Pixar Fan Builds Working Model Of The Robot (news.moviefone.com)
- VOTD: Pixar Fan Builds Real Life WALL-E Robot (slashfilm.com)