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Tag: Subtitles

Live Time Closed Captioning System: Spellcaster

Live Time Closed Captioning System: Spellcaster
Last year we featured Captioning on Glass, an application that uses Google Glass and an Android device to translate speech to text in real time. Now a group of teenagers claim they can provide us with a device that has the same capabilities.

Subtitled R2-D2 Thinks Luke is a Pain in the Ass

Subtitled R2-D2 Thinks Luke is a Pain in the Ass
One of the things I always wondered about Star Wars is exactly what was R2-D2 saying when he was beeping away excitedly. He spoke some sort of beepy robot language that only C-3P0 seemed to fully understand.
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Google Glass & Android App Turn Speech to Text: Life Subtitled

Google Glass & Android App Turn Speech to Text: Life Subtitled
Earlier this year we saw a project where Google Glass was used to project an interpreter for deaf students. A team of researchers at Georgia Institute of Technology have come up with a more immediate solution for people that are hard of hearing.

Netflix Removes Star Trek III to Fix the Klingon and Vulcan Subtitles

Netflix Removes Star Trek III to Fix the Klingon and Vulcan Subtitles
Apparently, Netflix pulled Star Trek III: The Search for Spock from its instant streaming service. The company has had much criticism over errors in the way it’s streaming movies, especially the subtitles. Specifically, they pulled The Search for Spock to correct the Vulcan and Klingon subtitles.

Sony Subtitle Glasses Add Captions for the Deaf

Sony Subtitle Glasses Add Captions for the Deaf
If you’re have difficulty hearing or are deaf, going to the movies can be a challenge unless you manage to find a showing or a theater with special projected captions. Thanks to a new Sony technology, you can now view captions on any showing of a digitally-projected film, without requiring that everyone watch the captions.
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