Intel's connected wheelchair can track your biometric data

By Harish Jonnalagadda on 11 Sep 2014 04:08 am

Intel unveiled a connected wheelchair at the IDF conference earlier this week, with an endorsement from none other than Stephen Hawking himself. Created by Intel's internet of things department, the wheelchair has a bevy of sensors that can measure and monitor your vital stats, including body temperature, heart rate, and blood pressure.

Mechanical information about the wheelchair is also relayed via the touchscreen, and Intel has devised an application that allows users to gauge the accessibility of locations they visit. It's a neat contraption. Check out the video above for more details.

Source: YouTube; Via: The Verge

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