Thursday, November 19, 2015

Never be confused by foreign airport
announcements again.
Today in super-futuristic travel gadgets that actually
exist, Panasonic has unveiled a megaphone that translates Japanese into
English, Korean, or Chinese.
The "Megahonyaku"—a smash of the Japanese words
for "megaphone" and "translate"—is meant to be used in moments of heightened
travel traffic, which makes the tool particularly handsome in advance of
Tokyo's 2020 Summer Olympics.
Right now, the Tokyo Narita International Airport—one of the busiest in
the country—is set to be the first early adopter.
Need to see it to believe
it? Check out this video to witness it in action.
Erika Owen is the Audience Engagement Editor at Travel + Leisure. Follow
her on Twitter and Instagram at @erikaraeowen.
Never be confused by airport announcements again with this
multilingual megaphone.
Read more here.

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