Handwriting devices and headphones that translate from one language to another in real-time are now widely used around the world, but most translators require an Internet connection, but the world’s first offline translator is now headphones that are now off. Can translate well in many languages while on-line.
The Airbud translator is called Time “Kettle Two”, which has been under research since 2017. It can now translate from English to Chinese, Japanese, French, and Korean without an internet connection, as well as being able to translate into six languages.
On the other hand, under normal circumstances, music can also be heard from Airbuds as it emits high-quality stereo sound.
Earlier, the same company had developed a live translator that had the support of 300,000 people on Amazon, the largest online buying and selling platform, and since then, the off-water version has been launched. With a Wi-Fi or cell phone network, Time Kettle 2 is capable of translating into 93 languages and dialects.
Wow, the world is moving a step ahead, let’s hope for the best.
wow…technology advancement day by day. Opening new doors toward the tech world.
Incredible Technological advancement!!
Would be a great invention for global economic growth and refinement of human possibilities.
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