Guy Uses Wearable Translator To Help Him Kiss Hot Japanese Girls
Jan 08, 2016 13:46
No longer do you have to worry about language barrier. This hot new gadget from Japanese startup Logbar debuting at CES in Las Vegas this year, is a translator tool called Ili. It doesn't require internet access to use and it looks like a short and thin stick you can speak in to.
ili is a voice translation device that translates your words instantly in a touch without connecting to the Internet. The company hired Dean, who is from the UK and doesn't speak Japanese, to use it to ask Japanese women for a kiss.
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