Mail-E robot checks your mail for you

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Mail-E robot checks your mail for you

This Mail-E robot by Totoro Yamada is pretty neat. The robot is based around a papercraft Wall-E robot, and uses some simple servo motors to move the hands and head. Though mail visualizers are nothing new, I like the idea of having a programmable bot that could perhaps even make different gestures depending on the kind of mail received.

4 thoughts on “Mail-E robot checks your mail for you

  1. unigamer says:

    they look like servos not stepper motors to me

    1. Matt Mets says:

      Thanks, yeah, you are right. Updated.

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