A 20-year-old summer intern at chip giant Intel has created an internet-connected wheelchair.
The wheelchair collects data to gather information to flag emergencies - for example when a user has slumped forward.
It can also monitor that the chair itself is functioning properly.
The robotics student, Tim Balz, actually secured a patent for a similar idea while he was in high school.
Developers can also use the information to make apps which will enhance a wheelchair user's experience.
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