A fan of the Pixar film Wall-E wasn’t just satisfied with watching the robot on screen and built his own – from scratch.
Mike Senna’s real-life Wall-E moves and talks but unlike the charming garbage-man on screen, this robot will not pick up your waste.
It took the computer programmer two and a half years to build the robot in his home in Orange Country, California.
As there were no ready-made parts available Mr Senna had to construct every part from nothing.
He spent an estimated 3,200-3,800 hours on Wall-E – over 25 hours per week – outside of his day job to complete the Pixar hero.
The 2008 film was named the best film if the decade by Time magazine and tells the story of a robot on a futuristic planet Earth programmed to clean up its litter strewn surface after all humans have left to live in space.
However, Wall-E abandons his mission for the love of another robot named EVE as he follows her into space.
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