TranscribeGlass, the lenses that transcribe our voice in real time. In any language

It's true that smart glasses already exist: Google has created ones that transcribe audio to text and other companies have done the same. The difference is that they are either very expensive or they are prototypes that serve to demonstrate the possibility of the technology. TranscribeGlass, for its part, has developed some similar glasses whose final price would be less than 100 euros.

TranscribeGlass was founded by Madhav Lavakare, a graduate of Yale University, and Tom Pritsky, of Stanford University, and in reality, more than just glasses, it is a device that can be attached to any lens, transforming it into a compact smart glass with a screen that projects real-time subtitles using speech-to-text recognition technology.

The device incorporates a small screen that sits in front of the right or left eye. Powered by transcription software, it can instantly transform spoken language into subtitles in real time. During the beta program, the device is available for just €55, with a planned final price of €95 when it is available in stores.

The idea came from the mind of Pritsky who is the founder of the Stanford Deaf and Hard of Hearing Club and has experienced bilateral hearing loss since childhood.

Unlike many augmented reality solutions, TranscribeGlass is not only affordable, but also features a lightweight design, ensuring comfortable use all day long. Additionally, users can Integrate your speech-to-text recognition software preferred through the mobile application, improving its versatility.

The system also allows you to adjust the font size, select languages ​​and use the accompanying application to store all transcripts conveniently. Its battery lasts up to a day on a single charge and, although initially. Importantly, this device is aimed not only at people with hearing difficulties but also at anyone who can benefit from real-time subtitles in various situations, such as in the workplace or even in a movie theater.

Another advantage of TranscribeGlass is that it supports any language supported by Google speech to text that uses the Latin alphabet.