After two years, California resident and computer programmer Mike Senna created a real-life recreation of the Pixar WALL-E Robot. In 2003, Senna had designed a working real-life Star Wars R2-D2 and after visiting the incredible reactions the robot got from children at the City of Hope hospital in California, Senna decided to take on another robot. This time around he decided to make WALL-E from the heartwarming 2008 Pixar film.
Spending over 3,800 hours of work the robot is an exact replica of the animated film version from scratch. WALL-E is able to move around as it waves at people and turns its head. This robotic WALL-E can even say its name.