Google’s Beloved Android Hidden Among 180 Famous Robots in Illustration

Artist Richard Sargent created the illustration you see below which features 180 various robots from movies, television and other pop culture. A nod to the popular Where’s Waldo puzzles of yesterday, the picture is called Where’s Wall-E and it invites you to find the happy-go-lucky Pixar fella.  Sure you could quit once you find him, but it’s not nearly as cool as trying to name all 180 famous robots.  We can’t be the only ones who love seeing the Google Android mascot rubbing elbows with the likes of C-3PO (Star Wars), a Dalek (Dr. Who), Tom Servo (MST3K) and Marvin (Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy).

Think you can identify all 180 robots? Check your answers here.

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5 Comments

  1. Brad Leclerc
    August 19, 19:23 Reply

    Heh, they have both the classic AND the new “Marvin” from Hitchhiker’s Guide in there.

  2. Androids Future
    August 20, 11:47 Reply

    I see Twiggie in the front row on the right from the 80’s show Buck Rodgers in the 25th century and the Lost in Space robots from both the original TV show and the movie in the upper left corner.

    Even found a Cylon Centurion from the new Battlestar Galactica. Find Android then go straight up the picture. OG Cylon to the left of Android 

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