Mike Senna is a computer programmer from California who has spent the past two years creating a life size replica of WALL-E, the trash collecting robot from the Pixar film of the same name.
Senna had originally created a life size version of R2-D2 which he took into children’s hospitals. He says that the reaction the kids gave him they saw R2-D2 gave him the motivation to continue creating WALL-E.
Controlled by remote control, Senna’s WALL-E replica can move, wave and talk, and even move the eyes that won over the hearts of film-goers in 2008.
Watch the video below to find out more about the WALL-E robot and see it in action.