The Universal Translator is a device that helps to learn to communicate especially when one has to move out of their country. Designed by Rachel Ilan Simpson, the translator flash card makes communicating with the other person easier by interpreting languages, objects, concepts and customs. Featuring three modes – Window, Text and Speech – each of them tries to simplify the language you would want to understand. The Window Mode makes easier to identify by viewing the display related to the verb based on default setting.
The Text Mode simply translate text phrases, whereas the Speech Mode translate spoken word. Speech mode offers the choice to speak into the device, which is then played back in the language desired by identifying the frequently used nouns, verbs and adjectives and also displays a symbol for these. In addition, the flash card allows the user to easily scroll through the images of previous verbs without translation. Easy to slip in your pocket, the Universal Translator is what each one of must have when planning a trip away from your home.