Many of us get into awkward situations when trying to communicate in a foreign language..In the other hand, learning to speak fluently a foreign language is also a hard task to do and takes a lot of time and effort for it.. However, Waverly Labs just made the job for us, the company has come with the idea of making people around the world much more closer without these language barriers, their new and clever invention called The Pilot which is a simple yet practical device that fits perfectly in ear
The Pilot is a tiny, wearable gadget that uses translation technology to allow two people to speak in different languages and (almost) instantly understand one another.
The company aims to release The Pilot late fall/early winter of this year, and due to an extraordinary level of public interest, will sell the product on a first come, first serve basis. The system is simple to use: The wearer is able to make the selection between French, Spanish, Italian, and English in a handy app plus each piece is designed to pick up on common dialects of the selected language, meaning one can converse with any other person who is also wearing an earpiece, and the system works offline and overseas.
The smart Pilot will retail for $129, and you can pre-order one here. Or you can just keep talking to people really loudly and slowly in English. Good luck with that.
The gadget comprises two earpieces that easily fit into your ears
It will allow real-time in-ear translations in French, Spanish, Italian, and English
“The Pilot” will hit the shelves in September and retail for $129
The device is said to translate speech like the Babelfish in The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy
A handy app will allow you to toggle through the languages you want
The creator says he came up with the idea when he met a French girl. Here’s how it works in action: