Google released a video that underlines the difficulty of translating different words, particularly emotions, so they created a virtual keyboard that lets you type using keyboard standards in other languages to promote Google Input.
There are three speakers, one Mandarin, Fiji Hindi and Greek, who attempt to describe one word in their respective languages that lacks an obvious English synonym. The words are all positive, and one is an approximation of "smells good" and the other a cozy feeling produced by intimate conversation with friends; the third a kind of passionate absorption produced by doing what you love.
The 1:35 video above has been watched more than 37,000 times on YouTube since its release last week, was written by Google’s David Bryant and produced by Studio G.
Google Input is available as an application for Windows, an extension for Chrome and an app for Android.