Pregunta sobre los traductores de idioma alquien lo a usado

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  1. BoricuaMicky

    BoricuaMicky Earning My Ears

    Mar 16, 2008
    Pregunta sobre los traductores de idioma alquien lo a usado.

    donde cuando y como?????????

    Mensaje posteado en pagina de ingles

    Help with Translation to spanish at some attractio



    Translation to spanish at some attraction

    Hi team:

    I am from Bayamon Puerto Rico and discover the magic of Disney at me the age of 39 when I take me family on our first DISNEY vacation.

    From that day on I have became a fan of WDW.

    I am starting to plan for our 2 weeks vacation at CBR in July 2009. It will be our third trip (2005 AK; 2007 CBR).

    We are a family of 4 my wife and my two kid (8 and 14) arte starting the count down.

    Her is the situation my wife does not speak or understand English and in our first two trip we are all the time translating to her what is send at the attractions.

    A few days back I hearted that some attraction have some equipment that translate to Spanish what it is happening.

    Is this is true I will lake to surprise her on this trip so it can be even more fulfilling to her. Those Pal Mickey have any thing to done with this service.

    Please let me know which attraction have it and how does it work to get that service. How we can ask for the service.

    Thank you.

    Available at No Additional Charge

    LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. -- "Wilkomenn!" "Bem-Vindo!" "Yokoso!" "Bienvenidos!" "Bienvenue!"

    International visitors to Walt Disney World Resort will feel more welcome, thanks in part to expanded translation services across all four Disney theme parks including a personal translation device called Ears to the World, Disney’s Show Translator.

    The Ears to the World, Disney’s Show Translator units are lightweight headsets that utilize cutting-edge wireless technology to provide synchronized narration at several popular theme park attractions in five languages. Wireless signals throughout key attractions trigger digital audio recordings in each unit -- providing real-time translation in French, German, Japanese, Portuguese or Spanish
  2. Vivianne

    Vivianne <font color=green>Close enough to enjoy what Mass

    Apr 6, 2004
    Este es el lugar (link) para encontrar esa informacion que usted tiene.

    Cuando entre al parque, used puede conseguir Guest Relations cerca de la entrada de cada parque. La informacion que dan no explica detalles cuando el aparato interpreta de ingles a el espanol. Recuerde que necesita aportar un deposito de $100 mientras use el aparato. Saludos.
  3. DisneyHispana

    DisneyHispana Earning My Ears

    Nov 26, 2007
    Buenas, yo suelo utilizar el traductor de Google y me funciona bastante bien.
  4. Mayra

    Mayra DIS Veteran

    Sep 26, 2006
    Encontre esta informacion, debe serte util

    Disney World has "Ears to the World" wireless headset language translators available on loan. You can choose from German, French, Spanish, Portuguese or Japanese. A $100 deposit is required which is refunded if the unit is returned the same day.

    The translators are available at Guest Services at each of the four theme parks.

    The following attractions offer this translation service:

    Magic Kingdom

    Jungle Cruise
    The Enchanted Tiki Room Under New Management
    The Hall of Presidents
    The Haunted Mansion
    Tomorrowland Transit Authority
    Walt Disney World Railroad
    Walt Disney's Carousel of Progress

    Ellen's Energy Adventure
    Honey, I Shrunk the Audience
    Impressions de France
    Innoventions West
    Journey into Imagination with Figment
    Living with the Land
    Mission: Space
    O Canada!
    Reflections of China
    Spaceship Earth
    Test Track
    The American Adventure
    The Circle of Life
    Disney's Hollywood Studios

    Muppet Vision 3D
    Sounds Dangerous
    Studio Backlot Tour
    The Great Movie Ride
    The Magic of Disney Animation
    The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror
    Walt Disney: One Man's Dream
    Disney's Animal Kingdom

    It's Tough to be a Bug
    Kilimanjaro Safari
    Wildlife Express Train

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