Project Darpan to go computing to Indian languages

‘Project Darpan’ is a software application that will allow content access in Indian languages.

The largest technical firm, Intel has joined with GoDB Tech to forwarding this project, which is a multilingual graphical interface (UI) initiative that will help to simplify the computing experience towards data or content access for people.

Project Darpan is a research of Intel that wants to increase and improve usage of Internet accessibility among masses. In many Indian regions, people do not understand the English language.

More than 70 percent of Internet users prefer to consume local language content. Therefore resolving content limitations, due to an English interface, this project will prove to be a help handed that provide broadband service by using other languages.

However as per report, Darpan will offer its applications in 6 languages – English, Hindi, Marathi, Gujarati, Tamil, and Telugu and will be available for downloading from or accessed directly from through Google Chrome Browser.

Interesting fact is that at present, users can take Darpan without paying any charge via the Internet.

Speaking about project, Narendra Bhandari, Director APAC, SSG of Intel, said, “Project Darpan will create an ecosystem of content providers and innovative software companies which will impact the consumption of internet content in a big way, thus by fuelling a local language content ecosystem spiral. This initiative will also explore robust business models for all the ecosystem players and will benefit the end consumer immensely.”

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