Including Arabic.. “revolutionary” headphones translated into 37 languages

According to the American “English Gate” website, despite the emergence of many smart speakers capable of translation, which were introduced by companies such as Google, for example, the “Click Plus” headset developed by a British young man of Ghanaian origin is considered the most advanced..

Danny Manu, as he tells Sky News Arabia, is an engineer born in the United Kingdom to Ghanaian parents, studied at Oxford Brookes University, has a background in music, and was recently honored by Google for his contribution to science, arts and culture..

Manu succeeded in coming up with a new technology that translates languages ​​instantly through wireless earbuds, and does not need the Internet for translation, but rather it is a self-translation, unlike most of the inventions in this field previously..

How it works

On how it works, he says: “I developed the wireless Bluetooth headphones in such a way that they must be paired with a smartphone, and the operating system does the rest of the work.“.

He adds, “This innovation makes text-to-speech and speech-to-text conversion possible, as the Bluetooth headset automatically picks up the language being spoken and provides a spoken translation in one or two sentences.“.

Manu notes that his invention has been a huge success in markets across Europe, the United States and Asia.

“It is the world’s first smart earbuds with simultaneous translation, where others say what they want and the headphones translate into your own language,” he adds, stressing that it contains high-resolution audio..

He said there is another headset called “Click S”, which is a smart wireless headset that allows users to talk and chat using its own application for translation..

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Translation languages

Manu explained that the headset supports nearly 37 European and Asian languages, and by next year, other languages ​​will be added to it..

The British innovator confirmed that he will participate in the “CAS 2022” exhibition in Las Vegas, USA, describing the innovations that will be displayed as “the largest and most exciting.”“.

He pointed out that the system that works in these speakers does not translate dialects, but that work is currently underway to implement it, by using machine learning and artificial intelligence, stressing that the speaker system supports the translation of Standard Arabic.

Manu is participating in his own company at CES 2022, explaining that they will display the largest invention of any wireless audio product, as he put it, expressing his enthusiasm for this invention..