Thursday, 21 March 2013

PEER 1 creates interactive map of the internet

Maps of the internet have been around in one form or another since the late 1990s, but most of these tend to be static, two-dimensional affairs. PEER 1 Hosting of Vancouver, British Columbia, is adding bit of depth to internet charting with its Map of the Internet app for iOS and Android devices that provides an interactive 3D representation of the online world. It’s purpose is to act as an educational tool showing the evolution of the internet from 1994 to the present, with projections going forward to 2020... Continue Reading PEER 1 creates interactive map of the internet

Section: Mobile Technology

Tags: Education, Interactive, Internet, Smartphones, Touchscreen

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