Guy Creates Life-Size Functional WALL-E Robot

August 3, 2012

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Mike Senna of California spent an estimated 3,200 - 3,800 hours over two and a half years building this full-scale, functional WALL-E robot from scratch. He talks, rolls around, moves his arms and eyeballs, but can't compact trash. He will melt your heart though. Probably with a hidden laser blaster. Never trust the cute ones.

Hit the jump for a worthwhile video of the EVE lover in action.

Thanks to PFC Smith, Jessicow and Brian, who agree the cute robots are the ones you have to worry about the most.

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