Welcome to the future. I mean, our parents and grandparents, never had this privilege of an easy life, touch phones to smart phones and tablets to smart TV's and now an earpiece that helps translate foreign language. How Awesome!
It works by being connected to two different people, speaking two different languages, and translates what they are saying in your ear.
Pilot is supposedly the first 'smart earpiece' capable of translating between two languages.
Waverly Labs, who have developed the technology, said on their website: "This little wearable uses translation technology to allow two people to speak different languages but still clearly understand each other".
They have not said how it works except for that it uses "translation technology" embedded in an app. We have reached out to them to find out more.
The company is going to launch a crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo, where people who want to be the first to try this new technology can pre-order the Pilot for between $129 (£90) and $179 (£125) - whereas it's expected to retail for between $250 (£174) and $300 (£209).
In a blog post, the company thanked fans for the support saying: “We’ve spent a long time working on this and we’re so thrilled to see that people actually want to be on this journey with us.
The gadget will launch to translate between English, French, Spanish and Italian in Autumn of this year.
Pilot earpieces are to come in three colours and will be able to be pre-ordered from the 25th May.