So, I'm sure you have received this message a thousand times but I'm going to be 1001 haha.
My name is Jake and I have a 6 year old. He is SUPER into Wall-E - but also how Wall-E works. He has watched your video on making your robot wall-e 100 times. Ok, maybe not that many but we just watched it again this morning haha.
As of now he and I have created multiple "wall-e"'s out of cardboard, wood, paper - you name it. He also has a few wall-e toys including the remote control one and also the one you used to make your robot.
Inspired by your video we have slowly taken a part his wall-e toy (not the remote control one) because he is so curious how it works. The things is - I am as far from a roboticist as humanly possibly. I have no robotics or mechanical inclination. I feel bad for the kid because he wants to build something like you did but I have no idea where to begin - other than taking it apart!
So, I'm wondering if you have or could offer any sort of instruction (products needed, step by step instruction) of how to do the project you did with wall-e? I wish you were close enough so we could just visit and he could see your project haha!
Anyway, if you have any advice, tips, etc. I'd appreciate it. I just want to encourage my son's interest but feel completely inadequate in the intelligence department with these things to help him haha!