since had an avid obsession with each one of their movies. And this week, in honor for their newest exhibit at the Oakland Museum of Art, PIXAR 25 Years of Animation, I'm very pleased to present some of my favorite PIXAR builds I've made!
First one this week is M-O the Microbe Obliterator. You might remember him from PIXAR's Oscar Winning film WALL-E, he was tiny cleaning robot whose sole purpose was to keep protect the Axiom from FOREIGN CONTAMINANTs. Now, we've seen a lot of fantastic cleaning robots on this website, and I thought I could perhaps weigh in with some of my OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Directive) brethren to share my love for
cleaning. WALL-E is one of my favorite movies and from that film, and M-O is probably my favorite PIXAR character of all time. That's why he's the first in my PIXAR related instructables this week!
Step 1: Modus-Operandi
- Rotating scrub brush (his main cleaning functionality as shown in WALL-E)
- Vehicular Rollerball (ability to move around)
- Extendable Arms
- Disinfectant Carrying Backpack
- Compactability, no external battery packs or wires, everything should be able to fit within his tiny frame