About the solution
XRAI Glass is a pioneering software product with a mission to enrich conversation for hundreds of millions of people around the world who are deaf or have hearing loss.
Users wearing phone-tethered augmented reality (AR) smart glasses will be able to read speech in real-time through closed captioning. The XRAI Glass software converts audio into a subtitled version of conversation which will then appear on the user’s glasses screen. The software’s sophisticated voice recognition capabilities can identify who’s speaking and will soon have the power to translate languages, voice tones, accents, and pitch.
Here are some of its features:
- Unlimited transcription in 9 languages
- Unlimited conversation history
- AR mode with 3D support and subtitle motion stabilization
- Unlimited cloud-enhanced transcription with speaker ID
- UI Customization
- Personal AI assistant
- Multiple AI subtitling engines
XRAI Glass has formed a strategic partnership with consumer-ready AR glasses company nreal. The glasses are available online to purchase for £399.99. The use of the software has different subscription plans, ranging between the free 'essentials' and the 49.99/month 'ultimate' plan.
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