Multiple people communicating using Waverly Labs Ambassador Interpreter
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Waverly Labs have been at the forefront of translation for the last few CES events, and the updated version of Waverly Labs Ambassador Interpreter left an impression this year. It comes with features that make talking to people in different languages simple.

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According to Waverly Labs, “Worn over-the-ear, the prosumer device offers a
highly accurate and natural interpretation experience allowing multiple users to engage in free-flowing conversations.”

The Ambassador Interpritor 2.0 features a far-field microphone array combined with speech recognition neural networks to capture speech and translate quickly, so you can converse with others almost as smoothly as you would if you were both speaking the same language.

There are three different modes—Listen, Lecture, and Converse and each offers different translation functionality based on the setting.

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With Listen mode, the device actively listens for someone speaking the language you’ve selected in the area and translates it to the wearer in their native language. With Lecture mode, Ambassador Interpreter will broadcast the words of a speaker wearing the device to multiple people in a group setting. Finally, Converse mode lets up to four people engage in a free-flowing conversation while each is wearing an Ambassador Interpreter.

“We are on a mission to bridge global communications by building a world without language barriers,” said Andrew Ochoa, Founder and CEO of Waverly Labs. “We built a core translation technology for seamless conversations and are delighted to showcase Subtitles and Audience, our latest solutions, at CES along with the enhanced Ambassador Interpreter.”

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