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Atlanta, Georgia (PRWEB) September 18, 2013
Translate Your World, developers of linguistic and mobile marketing technologies, announced today the release of its TYWI-Live (tie-wee), an online voice translation software for serious business use that turns any conference, business meeting, or webinar into an international experience. The new state-of-the-art software creates a multi-language experience for attendees around the world in 78 languages at the same time.
As a person speaks, his or her words are automatically translated in up to 78 languages at the same time. Attendees can choose to read the speech translation as subtitles or hear a translated synthesized voice, similar to Apples Siri. In addition to automated voice translation, TYWI-Live also enables online human simultaneous interpretation via the Web by interpreters located anywhere in the world.
TYWI-Live speech translation is compatible with desktop, laptop, tablet and smartphone and can be used in conjunction with most major presentation software including WebEx, GoToMeeting, Skype, Adobe Acrobat, Blackboard, and others. It also has its own easy-to-use low-bandwidth interface with built-in voice translation and subtitles that can be easily installed on your website.
With TYWI-Live speech translation:
- Conferences stream live in dozens of languages
- Teachers are able to teach around the world
- Manufacturers easily demonstrate their products worldwide
- Global business meetings can be across-language
- Corporations train global employees
- International webinars are given by almost anyone
For more information and to see a demonstration in 78 languages, go to TranslateYourWorld.com.
ABOUT TRANSLATE YOUR WORLD
Translate your World (TYW) develops numerous online web software that function in dozens of languages with voice and text. The Translate Your World suite includes applications for international web events, global mobile applications, media subtitling, and across-language conversation. For information, visit TranslateYourWorld.com or email to contact(at)translateyourworld(dot)com.
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