Last month, Solo: A Star Wars Story introduced moviegoers to L3-37, a free spirited and very outspoken droid who was the co-pilot of the Millennium Falcon when it was owned by Lando Calrissian. L3-37 was truly one of a kind, but that hasn’t stopped one intrepid Star Wars fan from attempting to make a L3 of his own. To realize his vision, he used an Amazon Alexa and documented its transformation into L3-37 on YouTube.
Aside from the technical knowledge he displayed, Stefanski also demonstrated an impressive eye for detail and a willingness to make a screen accurate version of L3. In the video, Stefanski shared the specific steps he took to make L3 look properly textured and even dirty. And in a particularly inspired touch, he programmed L3 to respond to every inquiry with an annoyed “What?”
What did you think about this L3/Alexa hybrid? More importantly, what do you think L3 would say about it? Let us know in the comment section below!
Image: Patrick Stefanski
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