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Title: US7286993: Holographic speech translation system and method
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Inventor: Brotz, Gregory R.; Sheboygan, WI, United States of America

Assignee: Product Discovery, Inc., Sheboygan, WI, United States of America
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Published / Filed: 2007-10-23 / 2004-07-23

Application Number: US2004000898124

IPC Code: Advanced: G06F 17/28; G10L 21/00; G10L 21/06;

ECLA Code: G10L21/06; G06F17/28U;

U.S. Class: 704/277; 704/003; 704/008; 704/251;

Field of Search: Non/00e

Priority Number:
2004-07-23  US2004000898124
2002-01-31  US2002000061843

Abstract:     Some embodiments of the present invention provide a speech translation system comprising a display upon which at least one word spoken by a user can be displayed. The speech translation system can include a holographic storage medium having a plurality of frames, each having data representative of at least one word in a source language. In some embodiments, the system includes one or more lasers positioned to direct a first beam of light to the display to generate a first modified beam of light leaving the display. This modified beam of light can be directed to the holographic storage medium to scan for a matching speech segment stored in the holographic storage medium. Upon detecting a match, some embodiments of the system can generate a translation of the speech segment by receiving a second modified beam of light from the holographic storage medium and carrying information representative of the translation.

Attorney, Agent or Firm: Michael Best & Friedrich ;

Primary / Asst. Examiners: Harper, V. Paul;

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US2002000061843 2002-01-31    2005-12-20  Speech translation system utilizing holographic data storage medium

    This is a continuation-in-part of United States patent application Ser. No. 10/061,843 filed on Jan. 31, 2002 now U.S. Pat. No. 6,978,240, the entire contents of which are incorporated herein by reference.

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    1. A speech translation system, comprising:

a display upon which data corresponding to at least one spoken word of a user is displayed;

a holographic storage medium having a plurality of frames oriented at different angles within the holographic storage medium, each frame having:

a first portion carrying data representative of at least one word in a first language, and

a second portion carrying data representative of at least one word in a second language, wherein the at least one word in the second language is a translation of the at least one word in the first language;

a first laser positioned to direct a beam of light through the display and the holographic storage medium, at least one of the holographic storage medium and the first laser movable to direct the beam to different frames of the plurality of frames; and

at least one light detector positioned to receive light from the laser through the holographic storage medium;

an output device by which translated speech is provided to a user; and

a correlation detector coupled to the at least one detector and adapted to detect a match between the at least one spoken word upon the display and the data representative of at least one word in the first language in the first portion of a frame, the correlation detector responsive to detection of the match by sending the data representative of the at least one word in the second language in the second portion of the frame to the output device.

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