Speak 78 languages instantly with Translate Your World.
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) January 30, 2014
Every owner of a product by Microsoft, Google, Nuance, Apple, or Android already has within the device one or more brilliantly constructed yet under-utilized software applications that, when combined with certain software by other technology giants, have groundbreaking implications for doing global business and conversing across languages.
Translate Your World, developers of language solutions and cutting-edge mobile software, harnessed several relatively unknown and rarely used applications by the giants of technology and tied them all together in a slick system that almost completely eliminates language barriers. For the first time in history, people can talk, teach, and conduct business around the world without speaking a word of another language using this practical solution whose results can be as high as 96% accurate.
Translate Your World translates words that are spoken in real-time as people talk. When a webinar or conference is given, thousands of people can go to a webpage to read a translation of the speech as subtitles (78 languages), hear automated voice (35 languages), or hear United Nations’ style simultaneous interpretation via the Web, each selecting their preferred language. And business meetings can be conducted with people speaking in several languages.
By including coordinated access to the multiple software giants under one umbrella, Translate Your World enables users around the world to talk or text with each other in almost any language on any modern device. The across-language experience is smooth, easy to comprehend, and functions on laptop, desktop, smartphone, and tablet. Translate Your World keeps track of participant language selections, preferences for subtitles or voice, plus controls translation software selection, distribution, and archiving.
Each giant of technology has attained a clear footprint in at least one vital area of language automation; some excel in converting speech to text, some in converting text to speech, and others in automated translation. Surprisingly, many of their most innovative works are embedded in side-applications that are hidden from the general public, often within the “accessibility” areas of a device for the hearing- and vision-impaired.
By accessing these applications in a single solution via Translate Your World, that adds a choice of several automated translation software plus an option to use today's most modern downloadables from Nuance and Livestream, the results are astonishing. Simply by talking into a field on a webpage, a user is empowered to communicate with others who do not speak the same language. Alternatively, meeting organizers can share simultaneous interpretation through earbuds on user laptops and mobile devices. And these across-language communication solutions cover not only voice conversations, but also webinars and conferences using WebEx, Skype, Adobe Connect, GoToMeeting, Blackboard, and other internet communication.
At the World Trade Center in Atlanta, Jim Beach, a McGraw-Hill best selling author, gave an eight-week international webinar using Translate Your World. His online course drew attendees from Europe, Africa, South America, and Asia, all converging to participate in the first webinar in history to be offered in 50 languages simultaneously. Fascinated entrepreneurs viewed subtitles in their language, and used the multi-language chat-back to type questions and comments, translated for the speaker. At the end of the sessions, Jim Beach declared, “One attendee in the Middle East called the software ‘stunning’ and a group in Haiti told me that tears were pouring down their faces because a course was finally being offered in their language.”
Sue Reager, CEO of @International Services, who organizes interpretation for conferences using Translate Your World, summarized, “There has never been anything like this. It turns a local event into a global experience. We are all eager to see how international business and education will be impacted by Translate Your World.”
For more information or a personal demonstration in 78 languages go: http://www.TranslateYourWorld.com.