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While the age of robots still may be some time away, one man has brought us a step closer to having our own automaton. Computer programmer, Mike Senna spent the last two years building a life size WALL-E, the title character of Pixar and Disney’s 2008 film, from scratch.
The California resident told Yahoo’s “The Yo Show” he began working on the project after seeing the animated film.
This isn’t Senna’s first project. Previously, he designed a replica R2-D2 in 2003, which he takes out on the street.
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