As the website so eloquently states: “Ili gives you the freedom to communicate with anyone anywhere.” Pilot, a smart earpiece language translator, uses the latest in speech recognition technology to clearly understand other languages.
Whether you’re a doctor needing to understand a patient or an employee working for a multinational company, Waverly Labs has created a smart earpiece that allows wearers to speak different languages and still clearly understand one other.
Armed with a pre-loaded vocabulary library, this intuitive device can translate up to 50,000 words and phrases whether you’re in Tokyo or Beijing.
Ili can translate between English and Japanese, Japanese and Chinese, and Chinese and English.
Here is a quick summary of the other notable translation devices set to hit the market in the next six months.
Introducing ili – the first wearable translator that doesn’t require an internet connection.
The supported languages include Mandarin Chinese, Japanese, French, Italian, Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese, German, and English.
Thanks to Lingmo, we get to add another intuitive translator into the mix.A wireless earpiece that translates up to eight languages is one step closer to the ultimate goal: a universal translator.From the ili to the Pilot and now to Lingmo’s One2One, translation technology has evolved exponentially over the past year.The original Lingmo device was initially launched in 2013 and, after significant enhancements and ongoing development, the updated Lingmo application was officially launched to the market in 2016.“Shannon is one of the best career coaches I have ever had the pleasure to work with.