Romaire Studios Inc Resurrects Five Nights At Freddy’s Animatronic Characters for Groundbreaking Socksfor1 YouTube Video

The animatronic characters from Five Nights at Freddy’s. Photo credit: Bart Cooke.

Romaire Studios, Inc.’s successful recreation is a previously unattempted milestone in the world of YouTube content creation.

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, November 1, 2023 / — Romaire Studios, Inc. (, teamed up with American YouTuber Socksfor1 ( to recreate the iconic Five Nights At Freddy’s (FNAF) characters in his newest video, “Five Nights at Freddy’s In Real Life,” ( which was broadcast to his 4.7 million followers worldwide and garnered over 1 million views in under 18 hours. Emmy-winner Lee Romaire ( and his team pulled off creating six fully functional character suits with animatronic faces and intricate programming in a mere eight weeks, a previously unattempted milestone in the world of YouTube content creation.

“We were exhilarated to be offered the opportunity to recreate these characters for Socks,” remarked Lee Romaire, CEO of Romaire Studios, Inc. “Both large and small entertainment industry participants come to us because our creative solutions amp up the entertainment value of customer-oriented offerings, and we deliver creations and products with reliability, scalability, and within budgetary constraints.”

“Romaire Studios was the obvious partner to work with on this project,” said Socksfor1. “Not only were they the most passionate but also the most talented. We contacted many different companies, but only Romaire Studios was able to go above and beyond what we wanted. They were fans of the game and could also work under such a stressful deadline and partner with us on the day of the shoot to ensure everything would go smoothly. I only wanted to do this video because I thought it was cool, but Romaire Studios made it even cooler.”

Comments under the video praise Romaire Studios’ contributions. User “someonei3596” said, “The animations and graphics used throughout the video are a work of art.” “MrkeehnSings” commented, “The fact that they made real springlock suits is crazy,” and “roisin2011” echoed that, saying, “I really wanna know how they made these animatronics. They need a tutorial on them.” Another user, “asherhilton7450,” said, “My question is, how did you build those animatronics!? They are incredible!”

“The bodies of the animatronic suits were crafted from latex and foam, while the heads were 3D printed,” explains Romaire. “The Romaire Studios team ensured precision by collaborating with performers of exact sizes to ensure a perfect fit and standardized the mechanical components inside the heads for seamless synchronization, allowing one-button control of the characters. Lead Mechanical Designer Terry Sandin played a pivotal role in this endeavor, programming the animatronics to work in harmony.”

Romaire Studios is familiar with innovative, unprecedented projects. It’s known in the entertainment industry as one of Disney Imagineering and Universal Creative’s greatest secret weapons. Recently, the studio won awards for its work on the Star Wars Galactic Starcruiser at Walt Disney World and Secret Life of Pets: Off the Leash Attraction at Universal Studios Hollywood.

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About Romaire Studios, Inc.:

Romaire Studios, Inc., led by Emmy-winning CEO and Chief Creative Officer Lee Romaire, is a distinguished name in the entertainment industry with a track record of crafting live-action creatures, characters, and animated/non-animated props. Its recent accolades include contributions to the Star Wars: Galactic Starcruiser at Walt Disney World and Secret Life of Pets: Off the Leash Attraction at Universal Studios Hollywood.

With a focus on achieving cinematic realism, Romaire Studios has been an industry leader for over two decades. Its commitment to innovation has led to patents and groundbreaking creations, including the smallest expressive animatronic head in theme park history, amongst others. In addition, its project management and engineering capabilities ensure timely delivery and exceptional quality.

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