Indeed, my colleague Jason Perlow told his own story of how, once a Cupertino skeptic, he became passionately committed to Apple after his Watch detected an irregular heart rhythm and helped him to discover it before more serious consequences could ensue.
In Chris's case, he presents his story in a matter-of-fact manner, which makes the telling more powerful.
Maddeningly, it's not available in all languages and countries and is also dependent on connectivity. It also may be triggered by events that aren't accidents and may not detect every accident. (Google's lawyers are as thorough as Samsung's.)
Still, Google released this ad in tandem with another, the tale of a dad who, thanks to the Pixel's Live Caption feature, had a phone conversation with his son for the very first time.
In essence, it's been enjoyable to see Google making more interesting efforts at creating an identity for the Pixel.
If only the company could put a little more energy into promoting it -- and distributing it more widely -- the Pixel might become far more relevant than it is.