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Next time traveling in countries I do not speak the language of: use live (real time!) Google Translate of signage and voice.

Posted by jpluimers on 2021/03/29

Google translate is so useful.

The thread below is [WayBack] Thread by @shanselman: “Anytime I’m traveling I use Google Translate to check translations in real time on signage. You have to see it to belis real and LIVE while you move your camera. @ Paris Sorry, your browser doesn’t support embedded videos Folk […]”

But first one via [WayBack] Hadi Hariri on Twitter: “This is pretty damn cool.… “

[WayBack] Leon Fayer on Twitter: “Another point for Google docs… “

https://twitter.com/papa_fire/status/1111994073609633792

Live translate (Via Danny Thorpe and Mark Miller):

 

https://twitter.com/shanselman/status/1113258709130579968

Anytime I’m traveling I use Google Translate to check translations in real time on signage. You have to see it to believe it. This is real and LIVE while you move your camera. @ Paris
Folks just now getting hip to Google Translate’s advanced features. Check out this TWO WAY REAL-TIME CONVERSATION TRANSLATOR. (Not sure why the recording didn’t pick me up talking but I’m alternating Spanish and English in a fake convo)
Here’s Bing Translator. It lets you flip the interface so you can put the phone on the table and each side can see what the other says! Universal translators aren’t perfect but they are amazing for travel and they are free today!

–jeroen

 

 

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