Scientist of Rousse Invented Translating Phone
The device makes it possible to talk with foreigners in their mother tongue
Two scientists from the city of Rousse made a revolutionary breakthrough in the field of communications and translation. It makes possible free conversation via telephone and Internet. Each interlocutor may use his mother tongue, while at the other end of the line one hears the translation made through a software designed for on-line communication. The research team that has been working with the support of Rousse University, has already patented the invention. They think that this will put to end all prognoses about the extinction of small nations' languages, for it eliminates the barriers for their non-discriminatory use.