Do you also have a feeling that from year to year, there are products of technology that you`ve seen somewhere before? More precisely, I mean - you`ve seen them in science fiction films?
Babel fish - ear translator and interpreter, can it already be available this year?
Is it this year that we will see a proper release of the anticipated by many devices for translating? Everything seems to indicate so. The technology, which is designed to enable communication between two people who speak different languages and in real time is at hand.
Announced pompously in the summer of 2016, the premiere of illi did not come to fruition. Maybe this year the company will surprise us and we will be able to ask a girl for a kiss who does not speak our language using a small gadget attached to our neck? The ili advertising campaign of 2016 seemed very promising.
Another novelty in the market of electronic translators may turn out to be a small earpiece called Pilot. Its modernistic appearance looks a bit like a small fish from the novel The Hitchhiker`s Guide to the Galaxy. The task of the earpiece is to translate in real-time during a conversation between two people who do not speak the same language. Here again we have a rather interesting and romantic advert about love beyond borders. The premiere of the device is planned for May 2017 but so far the manufacturer has only managed to collect money from potential customers.
According to unofficial information obtained from Vasco Electronics, we learned that they too, are planning to launch a device with an earpiece, which will allow two people or even more to communicate in different languages with each other. The manufacturer announces its premiere of the device as early as May of this year. So we see here a real arms race between companies specializing in the production of electronic translators. Which one will be the best and succeed in releasing their translating device on the market quickly and efficiently? Or maybe someone else will surprise us?
For a real simultaneity of these devices we will most likely have to wait a few more years, but the present form of translation speed is very impressive!