A high school robotics team in Minnesota built a motorized wheelchair for a two-year-old boy.
He has a genetic condition with symptoms that resemble cerebral palsy, and a real motorized wheelchair would have cost over $20,000.
So the dad emailed his old high school, threw the idea out to the robotics team, and they were up for it.
They took a Power Wheels riding toy, installed all new electrical equipment, and replaced the components using a 3D printer.
This is so cool! Good job, kids!