Although the same world, the same dream, but you may be separated from the dream of a language barrier, which is also a lot of people in the world when traveling a modest annoyance. Nowadays, when the network of science and technology is developed, the problem will cease to exist. A real-time translation headphone Pilot can help you, the earliest release of this headset is completed by crowdfunding, is now ready to accept the reservation.
There are many instant translation apps on the market, like Google Translate for Google and Microsoft Skype for Skype. However, Waverly Labs Pilot translation headset is cut in hardware, the use of more simple and convenient. In addition, the hardware of the Pilot smart headset includes a dual noise-canceling mini-microphone and a module to filter out ambient noise and noise. In addition, it uses technologies such as speech recognition, machine translation and speech synthesis. It is worth mentioning that this product is manufactured in Shenzhen, but all other design and development are done in the United States.
The Pilot has two earpieces just like regular headphones. When you need to talk to a foreigner, just put one of the earplugs on each other, and the headset can translate the two in real time. If one of you does not want to wear headphones, you can also use the speakerphone mode through the app. Currently supports English, French, Spanish, Portuguese and Italian, it should be noted that this product is currently not supported by Chinese, the official said it needs to wait until next year to support.
In fact, Pilot headphones take offline mode of operation, so do not worry about using mobile data charges when abroad. In addition, Pilot headphones in addition to translation capabilities, but also can be used as a general music headphones. Currently available in red, black and white a total of three color options. Has now begun to accept the scheduled price of 249 US dollars (about 1716 yuan), including two headsets, a portable charger and exclusive applications, and will be officially shipped this summer.