The Translation Glasses in action. The
Translation Glasses essentially feed people subtitles. A computer
translates a speech on the fly, converts it into text, and serves it up
as written text in the user’s native tongue.With these, you can hear the speaker in his or her original voice but follow along.
“In a Kurosawa movie, you want to hear the samurai grunt in Japanese,”
said Carnegie Mellon professor Alex Waibel.
Credit: Carnegie Mellon