Paul Hildebrandt, from Walt Disney Animation Studios, donated a Baymax action figure from "Big Hero 6," the 2014 hit movie Hildebrandt produced. The film presents the story of Hiro, a 14-year old genius at designing robots. The youngster teams up with Baymax, an inflatable health-care robot companion designed to want only to help people. By adding a battle chip to Baymax, Hiro turns the robot into a warrior and intends to use it to avenge his brother's murder. Paul Hildebrandt's gift is an 11-inch. Battery-operated Deluxe Flying Baymax with a 4.5 inch Hiro figure. The robot comes in a red battle-mode super-hero outfit with pop-up wings, replicates Baymax's sounds from the movie, lights up, and fires his rocket fist at enemies. "Big Hero 6" was a commercial and critical success and inspired a number of movie-related toys and playthings. Hildebrandt autographed his donation to the museum and included a number of toy mircobots, tiny robots that Hiro designed to combine in a variety ways to create robots with many purposes.