Mike Senna, a computer programmer in California, has created a real-life WALL-E.
The 3.4 foot replica of the famous Pixar character can move, talk, wave its hands, and according to Senna, convey real emotion. Entertainment Weekly reports that Senna wanted his robot to convey the same emotion that Pixar’s WALL-E was capable in the movie. Senna’s robot can move its eyes, something that even Disney’s replica robot can’t do.
So why build a real-life WALL-E?
Senna said that he built the robot to entertain his children, but since it has been so well received,