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Word Lens — Augmented Reality Translation

December 17th, 2010 12:11 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

Barence writes “PC Pro has a review of a new augmented reality iPhone app that translates from Spanish to English on the fly. ‘Point the camera at a decent-sized chunk of Spanish text and within a couple of seconds you’ll get a rough and ready translation,’ said the reviewer. ‘And most magnificently of all, the translation is overlaid, at the correct size, on the original object.’ The team behind the project has produced a video of Word Lens in action.”

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