Glass Screen

Simultaneous Interpreting behind a Glass Screen

biombo2When there is not enough room for a full-blown translation booth, the best bet is to use a glass screen.  In this setup, interpreters sit behind the glass screen that rests on a table top. It provides a good enough sound barrier to prevent interpreters’ voices from disturbing the audience.  The audience’s experience is virtually the same as in the conventional booth  setup.

This solution works perfectly well for workshops, training courses and meetings that do not justify using a large conference room.  It is very cost-effective,  affords cost savings and excelent results.