Above you can listen to the full episode in the audio version.
Eye push, accurate “pocket” interpretation, organ printer… What connects all three technologies, no doubt hack? All of them were created in Poland and could at any moment conquer not only our country, but also the whole world. And this is not an empty slogan – the achievements of Polish engineers made a great impression on investors and foreigners visiting the halls in Dubai during the last electronic fair.
How does a synchronous language translator work, which we can use freely almost anywhere in the world? Is paying by eye instead of a card safe and convenient? We asked our guests these and many other questions on the last episode of Technically a Thing.
During the conversation, issues related to the future of technologies developed in Poland were discussed. At what stage are the businesses, which are consumer ready projects, and are still under revision? Where do individual innovations elicit the greatest feelings and where can we really check how they work in practice?
Here is the video version of the podcast:
This is the thirtieth episode of the podcast that takes something technical, and the fourth episode of season three. The next pageviews will be posted at 16.00 every Tuesday. You can listen to them on komputerswiat.pl, on the main page in Onet and on podcast platforms:
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