People who are unable to walk and are using wheel chairs exert great amounts of energy using physical strength to turn and steer the wheels. With eyesight being their guide, the disabled would save energy and could use their hands and arms for other activities. There are no products on the market, but there are other applications such as virtual reality using eye tracking to control the vision of the game. Eye tracking is not heavily used in mainstream products but are beginning to pick up as input to electronics become more and more natural. The purpose of this project is to develop a wheelchair that will be controlled by the eyes of the person seated in the wheelchair. This will allow people without full use of their limbs the freedom to move about and provide a level of autonomy. The project will consist of three main parts. The first part is the head mounted camera and laptop system that will track the camera wearer’s eyes. The camera will take an image of the eyes that will be sent to the laptop where the images will be processed using the open source image processing software OpenCV. Once the image has been processed it moves onto the second part, our microprocessor. The microprocessor will take a USB output from the laptop and convert the signal into signals that will be sent to the wheelchair wheels for movement. Also, the pressure and object detection sensors will be connected to our microprocessor to provide necessary feedback for proper operation of the wheelchair system. The final part of the project is the motor drivers to interface with the wheelchair itself. There will be two motor drivers for each motor on the wheelchair both left and right. Each motor driver will consist of an h-bridge that will power the motor depending on the output of the microprocessor. The motor drivers will control both speed and direction to enable the wheelchair to move forward, reverse, left, or right.