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Easton and Momo meet: the moment they’ve both been working towards

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After six years of hard work and dedication, Easton is ready to give Momo the arm she’s always wanted. On an emotional day for both parties, Momo becomes the first to receive this robotic arm technology - equipped with finger strength of up to 10 pounds, muscle control, and magnetic paintable fingernails - that has the potential to scale to people all over the world. Learn more at: https://www.microsoft.com/inculture/peoplewhoinspire/easton/?wt.mc_id=AID631239_QSG_SCL_174744 To watch this video with audio descriptions, click here: https://youtu.be/0-NFKBQitWA?list=PLFPUGjQjckXEsJVWnVE6PMaNdXdDZfMGA Subscribe to Microsoft on YouTube here: https://aka.ms/SubscribeToYouTube Follow us on social: LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/microsoft/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Microsoft Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Microsoft/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/microsoft/ For more about Microsoft, our technology, and our mission, visit https://aka.ms/microsoftstories
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Narawat Lamaiin (3 months ago)
To Easton and Microsoft team, you guys have good heart. This story really inspire me, I will do the same. We need a better world for everyone :)
Yexenia Mora (4 months ago)
That's my friend momo!!! We go to school together
Ira Blyden (5 months ago)
To me, your work is ten times more important than Facebook, Twitter and Snap chat combine. Pure Genius
Honest News Network (5 months ago)
TwiceGay TrashStan (7 months ago)
I thought the thumbnailw as about Momo of Twice lol the circle motion
Omnia Saad (10 months ago)
Wow! It's really touching <3
Mohamed Yan Amin (1 year ago)
A beautiful world we are in.... how I wish to see my 7 yrs old grand daughter could have the same... She being always dreams and waited to have it.... I can't promise her till to-date... :(
remynisce33 (1 year ago)
This is great! So happy for the girl. Does it come in metal?
Oculus Rift (1 year ago)
Good work
Clement Couderc (1 year ago)
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ericbazinga (1 year ago)
Just... wow. I wish Easton the best of luck with his work, and I hope that one day every person missing a biological limb will have one of these.
Eric Thompson (1 year ago)
I love it! This work MS and Easton has done is truly inspiring. Keep up the wonderful work!
Emery Booker (1 year ago)
That is amazing that they got the fingers to move with her controlling it naturally with her tendons in the in her lost arm. I thought that was nearly impossible to do. One of the best videos I've seen in years. Would buy anyone of those people a beer if I ever met them and I don't even drink.
Gary Flores (1 year ago)
Only crappy this is that shes going to out grow it soon
David Klausa (1 year ago)
He says in his Ted Talk that a 7 year old can expect to need 2 or 3 throughout a lifetime. But he makes them cheaper than other prosthetic hands. He said he built one for $400, though I'm sure the final cost is more than that. And I wonder if the old one can be reused by someone else.
kliao (1 year ago)
She *definitely* asked for this.
Rustam S (1 year ago)
im 29 and im crying :/
Ferenc Bata (1 year ago)
:) (y) $??
André GM (1 year ago)
Share on thingverse ??
Debbie Regnone (1 year ago)
Oh my goodness! Easton, you are phenomenal!!! And Momo, you are wise beyond your years and selfless and an inspiration! It is no coincidence that you found each other. Microsoft, thank you for your wisdom and vision to support this young man and help bring this gift to the masses. I am moved to tears and feel the love that each and every one of you put into this dream. God bless you all!
Alaine Miranda (1 year ago)
Incredible, just incredible. Thanks to all involve. (tears!)
sinnedriceton (1 year ago)
Easton, Microsoft associated team so so very proud of you guy's.  You are one in a million. I will always speak well of  this team.  Momo, I am so happy for you, I do hope that this will open more doors for you in the near future.  Happy day! for everyone.
Camille B (1 year ago)
awesome God was using this boy and it is paying off for Momo~! [email protected]
Greg Grenevitch (1 year ago)
This is by far the best thing Microsoft could do from a philanthropic stand point while Bill Gates has give plenty of money to charities around the world actually using the technological power of Microsoft to impact the world in a positive way is so much greater. Hopefully Microsoft will continue to work on this project to make truly low cost accessible limbs for the world.
Adonai Correa Ortíz (1 year ago)
beautiful a world as you
Adonai Correa Ortíz (1 year ago)
It is do me gave a emotional. 😁😢 and God this control
Kenneth Martin (1 year ago)
It is about time that a major tech company like Microsoft supported Easton. Fight the good fight!
Juri Juraj (1 year ago)
Wow, this video made me tear up. Such a great collaboration with Easton and Microsoft. I hope you'll all keep improving this great work. I have to admit that I'm obsessed with the prosthetic upperlimb progress. Mainly because of my son who's almost three years old now, and like Momo missing a large part of him right arm. I see a future where prosthetics are smart with machine learning. An 'out of the box' idea like using a camera in the palm of the prosthetic-hand that recognise objects. That for example automatically recognize an egg and calculate the force for picking it up without breaking it or how to correctly change a grip for an object like a steering wheel. That would be great. The usability for the person wearing the prosthetic would be better this way. Now the person is dependent on the sensitivity in the MYO sensors. Can't wait for those kind of possibilities. The future is now😊
Yexenia Mora (4 months ago)
Juri Juri this is really touching for what you said I will tell momo how nice you are she will be touched.
Zackary Gomez (1 year ago)
Wow! Amazing!
Zeh Zahl (1 year ago)
That's awesome!!
Susan Miller (1 year ago)
Of course he's from Mancos, CO -- a town of about 1,000 -- rather than the "big city" of Durango about 30 miles to our east!!!
Asheesh Tyagi (1 year ago)
Hey Team Microsoft! You are actually creating what matters. I have always been a fan of Microsoft products. And when people talk about inspiration this is how people should be inspired. You did it great Microsoft.
0xDED53C (1 year ago)
Probably the best video I have seen from this channel
Leangheng Chhem (1 year ago)
so much so good.
Cheryl Bianchi (1 year ago)
Momo is a dream come true!
Cheryl Bianchi (1 year ago)
Easton will change the world of those disabled
Don Milo Guy ofSummer (1 year ago)
Momo means Dumplings in South Asia..
Salome Sarkar (1 year ago)
Wow!Amazing!!This is why I love Microsoft so much!
Salome Sarkar (1 year ago)
Denver Nicholas (1 year ago)
Why would a person dislike this how heartless are you!?
Tanner Sulaiman (1 year ago)
they are from Apple.. Duh..
Martijn Van Dis (1 year ago)
This is why I find Microsoft so great. They work years to make one child's life so much better. I hope that this will be so easy for all children and adults in the future, so that everyone can just go on with his life and make some of it.
biccavolu sriram (1 year ago)
DaveDashFTW (1 year ago)
Really motivating for all involved, glad to see Microsoft doing something wonderful for this little girl.
olddogandpanthers (1 year ago)
and someone dislike the video. why ? WHY !?
ericbazinga (1 year ago)
Five heartless bastards disliked...
Zeh Zahl (1 year ago)
Just ignore them. People do things just to troll and get a rise out of people. Pay them no mind.
Reflection (1 year ago)
Sandeep Pal (1 year ago)
wow, You are awesome microsoft team.

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