Overcoming disability through circuitry

Our company started from a challenge made by Steve Gleason - he wanted to drive his wheelchair using just his eyes. Evergreen Circuits picked up the concept and in partnership with Team Gleason and Every 90 Minutes is bringing the technology to market.

Independence Drive

The Independence Drive combines a powered wheelchair, tablet computer, and eye tracking camera into a virtual joystick which controls the movement of the wheelchair.


For more information, see our blog posts on Introduction to Independence Drive and Product Explanation.

Frequently Asked Questions
When can I get Independence Drive for myself?

The Independence Drive will be available for purchase in the next few weeks.

I'd like to get on your customer list so I can have Independence Drive as soon as possible.

Sure, please preorder with us and we will drop you a note when the technology is available.

How do I get ahold of Independence Drive?

The Independence Drive Interface and software is distributed through our partners. Independence Drive requires that you have a powered wheelchair with a 9-pin connection port for alternative drive controls, an eye tracking computer or tablet like a Surface Pro with an Eye Tracker camera, and a mounting system on your wheelchair to hold your computer or tablet.

Can someone help me with the cost of Independence Drive?

Yes, some non-profits have funds available to help people with their technology needs. For example, Team Gleason often helps people living with ALS with their technology costs. Please send an email to info@evergreencircuits.com for more information.

How do I learn more?

Have a look through our blog posts.

We have a chat room on Slack that we will send you an invitation for when you preorder.

You can drop us an email at info@evergreencircuits.com.