Electric South and the Goethe-Institut present New Dimensions – Virtual Reality Africa, a selection of Virtual Reality productions from Kenya, Senegal and Ghana. Each of the works offers a view of the vibrant, diverse and ever-changing cultural landscape of contemporary Africa.
Here are some of the highlights of #mediatech2017. Thank you to everyone who attended and made this the incredible Expo it has been. See you at #mediatech2019. Click to view recap videos.
By design, Mediatech Africa from now on is an experience which visitors immerse themselves in, leaving invigorated and inspired by the possibility of opportunity and a fast forward glimpse into the future.
Drones are here to stay and this emerging technology is unleashing new possibilities and opportunities for private and commercial use, with a noticeable adoption of the technology by those in media, live events, video and film production.
MediaTech Africa kicked off today and EBizradio Global Media interviewed the show's marketing manager, Catri Dickson, on some of the main attractions and themes for this year’s expo - 19-21 July at Ticketpro Dome.
***First appeared on The Media Online*** The era of alternative realities – Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) – is taking over and what was once considered the future is now here.
LED lighting has been used for over 10 years in the architectural and building industry, but with developments in light-emitting diode technology, there’s been a quiet but steady lighting revolution in the film industry over the last five years.
Mediatech Africa - a trade show that pulls over 7 500 visitors, showcases close on 800 brands and is all flashing lights, pumping music, live demos, and events - needs a mobile app; it’s the only way to navigate an expo of this size and magnitude.
Compelled by the threat of ecommerce and the increase of online shopping, developers, architects and shopping centres are under pressure to draw in customers to the retail environment.
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