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    Jimmy uses his tablet to control X1 with his eyes.



    A better experience for everyone

    We are committed to making our products, services, and experiences accessible to the widest possible audience, and opening new doors to independence for people with disabilities.

    When you make a product more inclusive you create a better experience for everyone.
    Tom Wlodkowski
    Vice President of Accessibility, Comcast
    The eye-control Xfinity X1 interface is displayed on a tablet fitted with an eye-tracker.

    Comcast Launches Eye-Control For The Television

    • Meet Chase: Strength, Resilience, and Independence

      Chase is an amazing kid. At an early age he lost his limbs, but he’s never let that stop him getting the most out of life. We’re proud to offer products that let him be more independent.

    • Meet Jimmy, Technology is Enabling Him to Be More Independent

      This is Jimmy. Because of his disability he could never use a television remote. That’s why we introduced him to our new technology that lets customers operate their television using only their eyes.

    • Technology For All

      We believe when you make a product more inclusive, you create a better experience for everyone. We're committed to making our products and services accessible to the widest possible audience.

    • Meet Bernadette: Challenges, Determination, and Inclusivity

      Bernadette has always been determined to succeed, no matter what society told her she couldn’t do. We’re proud to share her inspiring story.

    • Meet Logan: Discovery through the X1 Voice Remote

      Meet Logan, an amazing, funny, and engaging 8-year-old, who also happens to be on the autism spectrum. He recently discovered our Xfinity X1 voice remote and talking guide.

    • Meet the Smedley Family: Leveling the Playing Field

      TV is universal — access should be as well. At Comcast, we’re empowering people like the Smedley Family and leveling the playing field.

    Values Report

    Male Comcast employee demonstrating the accessibility features of the X1 remote control

    Our Values in Action: 2019 Report

    Read our 2019 Report, which highlights some of the key priorities that reflect our company’s values, as well as the stories that help bring those values to life each and every day.

    ? 2018 Comcast