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GAMING FOR EVERYONE: FightTheStroke Promotes the first Italian accessible Gaming day, the 7/10/2018 in Milan

GAMING FOR EVERYONE: FightTheStroke Promotes the first Italian accessible Gaming day, the 7/10/2018 in Milan

The first part of the day will be dedicated to young developers who find out how to adapt the most popular video games also to the needs of players with special needs.

In the afternoon, you will be able to allow individual game enthusiasts and their families to try out controllers tailored to their needs in personalized sessions, where the expert programmer will make realtime changes to the most popular games , from football to science fiction... finally accessible to everyone.

The Mirrorable HAND TRACKING improves with MACHINE LEARNING and wins the MICROSOFT hackathon 2018:2nd Worldwide place on the "Hack for Good Executive Challenge"

The Mirrorable HAND TRACKING improves with MACHINE LEARNING and wins the MICROSOFT hackathon 2018:2nd Worldwide place on the "Hack for Good Executive Challenge"

Thanks to an expert team on Machine Learning within Microsoft, FightTheStroke He participated in the "Microsoft hackathon 2018" ranking in the second world place in the category "Hack for Good Executive Challenge". A super Thank you to the team that contributed to this new success, to improve the life and independence of young survivors of the stroke: Alessandro Bigi, Antonio Maggio, Elena Terenzi, Jessica Tibaldi, Matteo Pagani, Ricardo Wagner, Roberto D'Angelo and Ricardo Wagner.

2015 Microsoft Ability Award winner for Community Service: FightTheStroke

2015 Microsoft Ability Award winner for Community Service: FightTheStroke

2015 Microsoft Ability Award winner for Community Service: FightTheStroke
It was an honor and privilege to participate to the Microsoft Ability hackathon, getting to know amazing people, further developing our Mirrorable Solution and receiving the Ability Award for Community Service from Satya Nadella. This is representing a very prestigious award for # FightTheStroke, recognizing leadership, advocacy and passion for accessibility and inclusion, at global level.