With robots that play hockey, robots that make music, and even fully functional R2-D2 robots, World Maker Faire is a robot lover’s dream.

But at 28 feet tall, Robot Resurrection demands attention from every visitor to the Faire. Made from 95 percent airplane parts, the robot’s arms and head not only move, but also emit fire. It took maker Shane Evans about seven months to create the 870-pound structure.

See Robot Resurrection and dozens of other robots at World Maker Faire.


Pictured: Robot Resurrection at World Maker Faire 2015. Photo by David Handschuh.