Two Raspberry Pi computers (bottom) are used to power the subtitle interface and TV screen (Image: Will Powell)
This is all a user would need to carry to use this project - minus the camera on the glasses, which was used to record the demo. The rest is handled by remote servers, reducing user load (Image: Will Powell)
Anglo-spanish flags with the translation kit (Image: Will Powell)
A transcript of the demonstrative conversation is displayed on a TV screen (Image: Will Powell)
British computer programmer Will Powell has created a prototype real-time translation system that displays subtitles for the interlocutor's speech in a language of choice (Image: Will Powell)
The Vuzix Star 1200 augmented reality glasses are showing the translated text as subtitles (Image: Will Powell)
Inspired by the Google's Project Glass, computer programmer Will Powell has built a prototype real-time translation system that listens to speech, translates it into one of 37 languages, and then displays the resulting text as subtitles directly onto the user's glasses.
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