Mike Senna loves making the fantastical a reality. The California-based roboticist gained a bit of fame a few years ago when he built a life-sized working R2-D2. Two years ago, he began work on his latest creation: a working Wall-E replica. After spending 25 hours a week fabricating parts and working on the electrical components, Senna finally had a Wall-E robot that could roll, wave, and talk just like the Pixar star. Check out the video above to see how the robot was created. If you want to know more, head to Senna's website

[via Tech Crunch]