Immigration Translator for Glass
This project involved the design and implemention of a Google Glass app that translates English to Chinese with speech to text recognition. The primary goal is to give English speaking citizens the ability to communicate to Chinese migrants.
The glass app connects to the Google Cloud using the Google
Mirror API. It synchronizes Google Glass time cards with our customized Java server. Glass users can activate time cards and speak to glass in English. Server
receives time card from Google Mirror API and sends them to the web server written in Java. Server parses the
English text and initiates a conversation with Google Translator. The text is
translated into Chinese and the server sends the message to the cloud. Finally, the
cloud delivers the translated text to the glass user. This app can help English
speaking citizens talk to Chinese migrants. For example a United
States citizen could tell Chinese migrants how to get to the grocery store using
the Glass app. Real estate agents could communicate with Chinese newcomers and help them find a place of residency.
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Joseph Shanahan Shanajp@auburn.edu
Yusheng Ding Davidthinkleding@gmail.com
Jonathan Taylor firstname.lastname@example.org
Ya Guo email@example.com
Jing Zou firstname.lastname@example.org
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