Language interpreter, real-time Augmented Reality through glass

Language interpreter, real-time Augmented Reality through glass
Project-based virtual reality glasses enhance (Augmented Reality) Google Glass, computer programmers Will Powell has just developed the first prototype of the system real-time interpreters can hear speech, translated into 37 languages ​​and display results on the subtitle directly on the glass. Powell used a Bluetooth headset to record the audio signal. Nghegim ear is connected to a smartphone or tablet to ensure clear sound input is filtered to remove noise. The signal is then sent to Microsoft Translator service to identify and write the language translated to the language options. Finally, the translation text is displayed on the bottom of the glasses - bring caption effects in real time. Interface subtitles and images to be shown on the TV screen in the video demo is supported by two computer chips Raspberry Pi's are now being sold for $ 35 each.  The results show that the feedback system is pretty good, though still slow for real-time applications. The delay in the translation stage is mainly due to server Translator needed time to process and store information temporarily the common expression. Is the invention of Will Powell go to practice or not? The Vuzix glasses Star in 1200 that Powell fully used the same throughout the pilot's HUD screen retails for up to $ 4,999. Moreover, translation quality can be affected if the conversation does not wear headphones or a similar glass to improve sound quality. Below is a video demonstration glasses idea of ​​Powell language interpreter.  By: Gizmag


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