Fully compatible with any smile

The World's First Face-Controlled Wheelchair


The Wheelie

The World's First Face-Controlled Wheelchair

What if you could drive your wheelchair with facial expressions?
Gestures such as smiling, kissing, and raising your eyebrows can be translated into commands such as move forward, turn left or right, and stop. The system accurately detects facial expressions, maneuvering the wheelchair in real-time. No body sensor or training is needed, enhancing the autonomy and self-esteem of people with disabilities.


More than mobility

Autonomy and self-esteem: the Wheelie allows people with movement-limiting conditions to get their autonomy back.

9 facial expressions

Choose five of nine available facial expressions to control the motorized wheelchair.


Kit Wheelie 7

The Kit Wheelie 7 comes with all you need to control a wheelchair with facial expressions.


7-minute setup

The kit only takes seven minutes to install on any motorized wheelchair.


No body sensors

No body sensors are involved; the kit is non-invasive.


No Trainning

The Wheelie is fully compatible with your facial expressions with no training required.


Immediate Response

The Wheelie features real-time facial analysis with high precision.

What comes inside the Kit

Kit Wheelie 7 takes only seven minutes to install.

Buy Kit Wheelie 7 Now!
  • 'The Wheelie' software last version
  • Electrical accessories
  • Camera gooseneck
  • Instructions manual

HOOBOX Robotics

Using 3D technology and Artificial Intelligence, HOOBOX creates systems for monitoring people and detecting their behaviors in the health, transportation, security, and retail sectors.

We believe we can take advantage of a person’s best abilities to counteract limitations, not only improving mobility and autonomy, but also enhancing self-esteem.

To develop 'The Wheelie' we had to create next-generation facial analysis capable of detecting facial expressions more accurately regardless of light conditions. The precision is so high that we can start to detect human behavior, such as drowsiness, 10 level of pain, agitation/sedetation levels, and spasms. We can even detect when a person will sneeze before sneezing.

More about us

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Media Kit

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Gimme: the Gripper.

A Joystick is a great tool, but it is not for everyone. Driving an electric-powered wheelchair with the hands is not always possible. In such cases, a robotic wheelchair with onboard computers providing a hands-free interface is required. Gimme can robotize an electric wheelchair with just one piece of hardware.
Would you like to know more about Gimme? Contact us.


Health, Transportation, Security and Retail

Coming soon, but you can sneak our social media for more up-to-date pictures and results. Instagram
Would you like to know more about our technology? Contact us.

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Meet who are with us

  • Hospital Albert Einstein
  • Eretz.bio
  • Intel Software Innovators
  • StartupFarm