This post is sponsored by XFINITY.

My kids were fascinated with Emil's Oz ad from XFINITY that debuted after the Academy awards. My kids loved seeing how a blind person could watch their favorite movie and how they use their imagination to get the visual.

The commerical focuses on the strides towards making technology accessible to those with disabilities.  If you haven't seen the Emily's Oz commercial, its worth a watch!

Everyone has a favorite movie and  that includes the 8 million people in America with visual disabilities. XFINITY on the X1 Entertainment Operating System has accessibility features built right in to bring customers innovations like the industry’s first talking guide, video description, accessible mobile apps and the new voice remote. Everyone should be able to find and enjoy their favorite movies independently . TV is universal, so access should be as well.

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