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Yet, with about 1,200 parts controlled by animatronics software, the robot already looks and moves like a human.

Twenty-eight inexpensive servomotors help Roy gesture with his hands; move his wrist, neck, and jaw; and even blink his eyes.

To complete Roy's upper arms and shoulders, Roe launched a successful crowdfunding campaign and sent backers DIY kits based on the hands and arms.

"It used to be that electronics and software were out of reach," Roe says.

"Over the past six or eight years, it has completely switched." So Roe began developing a low-cost kit to teach anyone robotics. For now, Roy is a head, neck, and pair of lower arms.

ROY - Brian Roe spent nearly a decade building animatronic monsters for films such as Virus, A. Then, almost overnight, Hollywood abandoned mechanical characters for computer renderings.

Roe now works as a technology consultant, but with the surge of cheap, user-friendly microelectronics, he saw a market emerging for hobbyist robots.

If you are going to build an animatronic human, you're going to need a bit more oomph.