Posted on Sunday, May 4th, 2008 by Peter Sciretta
/Film Reader Enock C sent over these new photos from WALL-E yesterday. I’m not sure where they exactly originated from. They appear to be high resolution screen-captures.
Disney’s programable toy robot Ultimate WALL-E was shown off at the Maker Faire this weekend. It will feature 10 motors for realistic movement, a “variety of sensors” to allow for voice activation, navigation, and detection of obstacles, among other capabilities. There is a touch pad on the remote control to add for even more control of the unit. Manufactured by Thinkway, the Ultimate WALL-E will retail for $189.99 and will be available later this summer. Our friends at the pixar blog have sent over video footage of the programable robot in action. Watch the video after the jump.