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== Main characteristics ==
 
== Main characteristics ==
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The device is a plastic, wireless ear piece that sits just on the outside of the user's ear canal. The piece is equipped with a stereo speaker and two noise cancelling microphones. It has a Lithium-ion battery that lasts for up to 6 hours of operation.
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To function, the device has to be paired to a smartphone with the provided app installed via Bluetooth. Then, a second Pilot ear piece has to be paired with the smartphone again. This allows two Pilot users to communicate with each other while the Pilot app translates their speech. By itself, the ear piece has no computing power on it's own and relies on the smartphone app to do the translation. This does not require constant Internet access as the translation is done offline on the phone.<ref name="indiegogo" />
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Please note that this information was taken from the company's IndieGoGo campaign and it is likely that the indicated hardware specifications will change before the actual release.
  
 
=== Purpose ===
 
=== Purpose ===

Revision as of 07:51, 28 June 2016

Pilot
Pilot 01.jpg
Category Other Head-mounted Devices
Developer Waverly Labs Inc. [1]
Announced May 2016 [2]
Released Developers: (unknown)
Consumers: May 2017 [2][3]
Price 299 USD (June 2016)[4]
Operating system none (requires smartphone)
Sensors

microphone [3]

Weight g (unknown)
Controls

smartphone [5]

Data available Limited
Risk factor Low
Not Standalone
http://www.waverlylabs.com/#features

Pilot is a wearable ear piece that offers nearly instantaneous translation to and from various languages. The ear pieces communicate with each other through the provided smartphone app and translates what the user is saying to a chosen foreign language which the other Pilot device plays to the user's communication partner. The device supports English, Spanish, French, Italian, and other latin and romance languages. Support for additional languages is planned after the release of the device.[4]

The device is still under development and it's release is planned on May 2017.

https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/meet-the-pilot-smart-earpiece-language-translator--2#/

http://www.waverlylabs.com/2016/05/faqs-about-early-bird-and-launch-date/

Main characteristics

The device is a plastic, wireless ear piece that sits just on the outside of the user's ear canal. The piece is equipped with a stereo speaker and two noise cancelling microphones. It has a Lithium-ion battery that lasts for up to 6 hours of operation.

To function, the device has to be paired to a smartphone with the provided app installed via Bluetooth. Then, a second Pilot ear piece has to be paired with the smartphone again. This allows two Pilot users to communicate with each other while the Pilot app translates their speech. By itself, the ear piece has no computing power on it's own and relies on the smartphone app to do the translation. This does not require constant Internet access as the translation is done offline on the phone.[3]

Please note that this information was taken from the company's IndieGoGo campaign and it is likely that the indicated hardware specifications will change before the actual release.

Purpose

Company & People

https://www.linkedin.com/in/andrewochoa81

Important Dates

Enhancement/Therapy/Treatment

Ethical & Health Issues

Public & Media Impact and Presentation

http://www.digitaltrends.com/wearables/waverly-labs-pilot-language-translating-wearable-earpiece/

http://www.cnet.com/news/pilot-bluetooth-earpiece-crowdfunds-the-dream-of-universal-instant-language-translation/

http://thenextweb.com/gadgets/2016/05/17/pilot-translates-just-like-the-babel-fish/

http://mashable.com/2016/05/17/pilot-translate/#vF9aGqSYUZq7

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/2016/05/17/groundbreaking-gadget-claims-to-fit-in-your-ear-and-translate-fo/

http://www.slashgear.com/waverly-labs-pilot-earpiece-translates-languages-on-the-fly-23441052/

http://www.wareable.com/hearables/pilot-waverly-labs-translation-earbud

http://www.sciencealert.com/these-new-earbuds-can-translate-languages-for-you-in-real-time

http://www.gizmag.com/waverly-labs-pilot-in-ear-translator-translation/43359/

http://hypebeast.com/2016/5/waverly-labs-pilot-earpiece

Public Policy

Related Technologies, Projects or Scientific Research

References