2014-12-12 / Community

A chance to meet a star



SO COOL—Mike Senna of Yorba Linda uses a remote control to maneuver a replica he built of the iconic R2-D2 robot from the “Star Wars” franchise during a presentation at the Camarillo Library on Dec. 6. Senna is a computer programmer as well as a skilled prop maker and hobbyist who has built exact working replicas of R2-D2 and WALL-E, the robot from the Disney movie of the same name. At right, Camarillo resident Lisa Willard and her 4-year-old son, Matthew, listen to the presentation. 
MICHAEL COONS/Acorn Newspapers SO COOL—Mike Senna of Yorba Linda uses a remote control to maneuver a replica he built of the iconic R2-D2 robot from the “Star Wars” franchise during a presentation at the Camarillo Library on Dec. 6. Senna is a computer programmer as well as a skilled prop maker and hobbyist who has built exact working replicas of R2-D2 and WALL-E, the robot from the Disney movie of the same name. At right, Camarillo resident Lisa Willard and her 4-year-old son, Matthew, listen to the presentation. MICHAEL COONS/Acorn Newspapers

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