UCF engineers create wheelchair that responds to facial movements

- There are several technologies that help quadriplegics control their wheelchairs. But they can cost thousands of dollars. A team of University of Central Florida engineering students has created a system they say costs a lot less money and lets people control their wheelchairs using only their facial muscles. FOX 35's Tom Johnson was there when they unveiled their creation.

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