If you have Google Project Glass / Glasses with WiFi to WiFi device connectivity to a smartphone with a pair of head phones, or Glasses, and use Bluetooth, you can have local Language dialect and gesture translation instantly to your ears. If you are looking at someone and they are articulating in anyway, either by signing, using local gestures, or are speaking in any dialect, an instant, fluent translation program reads and understands the real-time video frames per second (FPS) or Frame Rate, either using 50/60/120 FPS, then applies object recognition to read lips, or human movement, then plays a voice in your own local language dialect in your head phones or Bluetooth.
Travel the world and experience the cultures truly as the locals do, empathize, or use them in the workplace and truly eliminate discrimination against the deaf.
Object recognition may need to be applied to each video frame or sampling of the video stream from the real-time video feed of the Google Glass / Glasses.
Also, managers who employ people who are deaf may apply for a tax deduction or even get the glasses for free with a tax write off for their company. In part, thank the people that produced Mr. Holland’s Opus. Watched the movie last night. Great movie! In part, thanks to my mom who is somewhere in the middle east on a cruise
Also, I can see a new wave of popular kids coming up with gestures, and instantly recognized using the Glasses. Sorry kids. Supposedly, these glasses will ship to Android Google Developers for the cost of $1,500 USD by the end of the year; however, that is just rumor, and if you know Java, an relatively easy programming language to pick up, the Android OS Java extensions are relatively easy as well. A Small price to pay for a huge market, and maybe even tax deduction for a small business under Research and Development costs. See your local small business government affairs office for more details.