If you’ve ever found yourself attending a foreign movie theater, in which no one has thought to put subtitles on the screen (or if the language they do have isn’t the one you know), then the AirScript Wireless Translation device is for you.
Currently being trialed in London, the AirScript Wireless Translation device is a Wi-Fi-enabled gadget designed by Cambridge Consultants that feeds you live subtitles. Offered in eight languages, it uses an LED-backlit black screen which allows you to control the brightness of the subtitles.
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