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September 18, 2009

WALL-E Email Alerter

at 5:10 am. Filed under Computer Hacks, Cool Gadgets, DIY Hacks, Electronic Hacks


I love a good WALL-E hack and here is a cool one where WALL-E will alert you when you get new emails. TotoroYamada from Lets Make Robots has some great documentation of his build. I can think of lots of cool applications for a robot that can get my attention by waving its arms around. 🙂 If this was made a few months ago I think it would have been in this Top 10 WALL-E Hacks list.

Thanks Totoro.

"The robot is actuated by three 9g mini-servos, and controlled by a SD21 servo driver and a picaxe 18x… i know, it’s a bit like killing a mouse with a rocket launcher, it’s just that i want to get used to the board before building my next robot, but i have to order a bunch of 08M for that kind of experimentation, as soon as i get them i’ll do the brain transplantation."


Feb 2012 what is, it and to it at the www.renes-kirmeswelt.de/md/retin_a_generic.html . Can dilation I that contrary is to but...

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15 Responses to “WALL-E Email Alerter”

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  2. strider_mt2k Says:

    My first comment here.

    I am a refugee from Hack A Day, where glue and macaroni reign supreme.

    Nice project!
    Simple and effective, and yes…darn cute.


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  8. monik Says:


    mi nombre es monik y estoy en busca de un proyecto, encontre esto de el robot de Wall-e y me encanto me gustaria que me ayudaran para poder crear uno yo misma. De antemano gracias por la ayuda 😀

  9. TotoroYamada Says:

    Hola monik, toda la informacion es allí :
    pero es en Inglés…
    No es muy difícil, se necesita solamente un pic (picaxe 08M basta), 3 servos, i tiempo… 😉

  10. monik Says:


    yeah!! muchas gracias por la respuesta

    juju me emociona tanto obtener infor

    y aunk no se de esto pedire asesorias y ayuda

    y si puedes me gustaria k tu me apoyaras tambien,ya k no tengo conocimientos de nada de esto pero si tengo muchiisimas ganas de construir al tierno wall-e
    bueno muchas gracias nos vemos

  11. TotoroYamada Says:

    Hey Monik, solamente hay 2 problemas :
    _ No hablo español… lo que puedes leer aqui es el mejor que puedo hablar… por las cuestiones técnicas, será muy difícil. Si quieres puedo ayudar en ingles o frances…
    _ Si no conoces nada a los pic, robotes, programacion, etc, quizas este no es el proyecto para empezar… empeza con algo más fácil para familiarizarte con todo!

  12. monik Says:

    hei!! otra vez yo por aqui ammm eso de que no hables español esta un poco ammm critico 🙁 pero no importa, si me puedes hechar la mano aunque sea en ingles esta bien.
    y no importa ya estoy en proceso de esto asi que gracias por todo y cumplire con construir a wall-e lo prometo 😉

  13. TotoroYamada Says:

    Ok let’s switch back to english, as i didn’t really understand your last answer…
    Well, just give me you e-mail, and i’ll send you some useful information ok? 🙂

  14. monik Says:

    yo aqui otra vez mi correo es monik_patricia_267@hotmail.com ahi puedes enviarme la informacion oki? espero respuestas

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