In the age of convenience, things just got a whole lot easier. The new glasses from Babelfisk are equipped with two microphones that can be directed at someone speaking or towards music, and they record text and audio onto a flash drive that you can then transfer to your computer. This handy device would be great for recording lectures at school, for transcribing interviews for journalists and for noting lyrics for musicians. Who knows, the ease of this super cool gadget could even inspire you to start your own music career by helping you record your own music and lyrics.
It was initially designed by Mads Hindhede to help deaf people to translate the sound around them into text that appears on the lenses, so that they are able to follow conversations. The sensors in the microphones also allow the person to know which direction the sound is coming from so that the user can distinguish between multiple people speaking to them. The text can also be recorded so that they can review their conversations later on.
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