Full Virtual Immersion : Next step in Technology

Virtual reality is an artificial environment that is created with software and presented to the user beyond belief and accepts it as a real environment. On a computer, virtual reality is primarily experienced through two of the five senses : Sight & Sounds.

The simplest form of virtual reality is a 3D image that can be explored interactively with personal computer usualy by manipulating mouse and keyboard so that the content of the image moves  or zooms in our out.

Thanks to this great video made by Marques Brownle – video producer and technology reviewer we have a better idea on this futuristic device.

Product launching :


Oculus Rift, by Facebook : April 2016

HTC Vive, 2016 Summer ending

Gear VR, by Samsung, Pre-order since December 2015.

 

Internet evolution in Africa

Since the beginning of the century, we have seen an incredible growth of the Internet worldwide. Indeed, the number of users over the past 15 years has exploded, from 360 millions 985 492, the 31 December 2000, we are passed to 3 billion 366 260 056, the 30 November 2015, be almost half of the world population (7, 259 902 243 billions).

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This super connectivity is even more spectacular on the African continent, since 2000, only 4 million 514 400 people were connected, against 330 million 965 359,  in November 2015 , an incredible increase of Internet users more than 7000 % in 15 years.
The Africa, which account for 16% of the world population, sees the Internet develop very quickly across the continent, such as some countries increase the number of users by thousand.
 

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Kenya is the third African country to have the most Internet users, after Egypt (2nd, with 48.3 million ) and Nigeria (1st, with 92.7 million ), with 31 million 985 048 users but in contrary at the others African countries, the Kenyan population is almost entirely connected. For most African countries such as Ghana and Cameroon, development of the Internet is also very fast , being
multiplied by hundred. While some countries have even seen the number of users grow by thousands, as in Congo Rep. Dem., Internet users increased by 4.7 thousand people.
There are still a lot of work before connecting entirely Africa , but with Afrikanet , we continue to connect this beautiful continent !