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Former pro football player Steve Gleason is living with ALS and uses a Surface Pro to run Tobii’s eye gazer technology, empowering him to communicate with his family and the world. Share Steve’s story:
Braylon O’Neill uses prosthetics to run, play and stay as active as his friends and family. Share Braylon’s story:
Technology made it possible for Sarah Churman to hear her children laugh for the first time at 29 years old. Share Sarah’s story:
Technology helps Hal Lasko continue painting, even 15 years after losing his sight. Share Hal’s story:
Skype in the Classroom helps Mr. Bedley’s 5th grade class take virtual fieldtrips, meeting students from around the world. Share their story:
GestSure, built with Kinect for Windows, enables surgeons to navigate faster in the O.R., providing better care for patients. Share this innovative story.
Microsoft celebrates what technology can do, as told by Steve Gleason, a former pro football player who is living with ALS. He uses a Surface Pro running Tobii’s eye gazer technology to speak, and to narrate our commercial. Watch our Super Bowl commercial now.
Our sincere and heartfelt thanks to the Gleason family, the O’Neill family, the Churman family, the Lasko family, Mr. Bedley & his 5th grade class and the team at GestSure Technologies for sharing their empowering stories. Microsoft was pleased to compensate these individuals for their time spent telling us their stories.
What about that soundtrack?
If you think the music in our commercial sounds familiar, you are right. The song was composed using sounds from Windows, Outlook, Xbox and other Microsoft products.