Korean-Japanese, Japanese-Korean Language Translator for PDA
Jun. 17, 2002 – Korean-Japanese & Japanese-Korean Language Translator for PDA, Pocket TransWiz 2002 was released which adopted the most natural TTS, VoiceText by Sysmeta Corp., a natural language processing technology provider.
Users can input what to be translated to PDA using Character Recognition Technology that Visionnet, Inc. provided, and hear what was translated by TTS for Korean and Japanese that Voiceware Co., Ltd. provided.
It is expected to help Korean and Japanese tourists, especially those for 2002 Korea-Japan Worldcup in progress and Busan Asian Game in August. It also could help for Japanese and Korean to learn each other language by hearing the sound.
It runs on Win CE 3.0 and needs the 20 MB RAM for translation, 9MB RAM for Character Recognition and 10 MB RAM for TTS.
About Sysmeta Corp. (www.sysmeta.com)
Sysmeta has natural language processing technology and has developed a translator for files made by office programs.
About Visionnet, Inc. (www.visionnet.co.kr)
Visionnet possesses state of the art technology of Image Processing, Pattern Recognition, Multimedia Communication and Network Protocol technology.
About Voiceware Co., Ltd.(www.voiceware.co.kr)
Voiceware is the leading speech technology provider that develops and markets a speech interface for network and telephony solutions, embedded devices and PC applications. Voiceware is offering VoiceText™, high quality text-to-speech technology, VoiceEz™, natural speech recognition technology and VoiceCop™, speaker verification technology to many leading companies and administrative organs like Microsoft, IBM, Lycos Asia, Hyundai Motor, Asiana Airlines, Korea Telecom, SK Telecom, SK Securities, HeyAnita Korea and Korea Meteorological Administration. Voiceware is headquartered in Seoul, Korea and has US office in San Jose, CA. For additional information, visit www.voiceware.co.kr or send e-mail to email@example.com.