Real Life Remote-Control Version of WALL-E Robot by Mike Senna

Orange County based programmer and hobbyist Mike Senna, who is well known for his 2003 remote-control R2-D2 build, is back and this time he built a real life remote-control version of the Disney / Pixar film robot WALL-E. The entire built from scratch process took Mike anywhere from 3,200 to 3,800 hours, since there were no hobbyist parts available.

Adventures with WALL-E by Mike Senna

WALL-E

Adventures with WALL-E by Mike Senna

Adventures with WALL-E by Mike Senna

Adventures with WALL-E by Mike Senna

photos via the Mike Senna blog

via Mike Bastoli and /Flim

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