March 2001
Science Teacher;Mar2001, Vol. 68 Issue 3, p12
Academic Journal
Reports the development of a wearable language translator by the United States Office of Naval Research. Design of the translators; Capability to understand and comprehend idiomatic expression; Creation of a software for the translation of foreign languages; Uses of the device.


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