October 13, 2014

Post 156: EVE Meets World


Image courtesy of Adventures With WALL•E
Hi everybody! You should know if you looked at my review of the movie that WALL-E is my favorite Pixar movie and one of my favorite movies in general. And we all know the real-life WALL-E robot, right? But what is the point of a WALL-E without an EVE? Introducing, the real-life EVE!

"Mike Senna is a skilled prop and robotics builder that has created one of the most highly regarded replicas of Pixar's lovable trash-bot, WALL•E. His creation is nothing short of jaw dropping. WALL•E moves, talks and emotes with such similarity to his cartoon-counterpart that you'd think that you entered the movie itself. When thinking of the film it's impossible to separate the sweet love story between WALL•E and Eve - now Mike has now crafted a beautiful version of Eve as well. His most recent video shows his initial test of a stabilization system for the two characters. We can't wait to see what's next for Eve and how the two will interact over time.

 
To view more information on the WALL•E recreation and ways you can meet WALL•E face-to-face, check out Mike's Adventures with WALL•E page. Additionally, you can also read more information about another wonderful WALL•E recreation on Michael McMaster's, McMaster Robot Projects page." -Pixar Post
 
Wow! This really shows what fans of Pixar can do with their characters. I also can not wait to see what lies in the future of this project. See you soon!
 
What do you think of the real-life "EVA"?

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