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The looting of the VBS Bank may be astounding to struggling South Africans, but it is merely a symptom of a banking and auditing system that skirts the law in order to fleece the poor and enrich the rich. This is revealed in a new report on corporate corruption by Open Secrets, which also illustrates that the Guptas, aided by Nedbank and Bank of Baroda, are certainly not the be-all and end-all of corporate corruption.

The looting of the VBS Bank may be astounding to struggling South Africans, but it is merely a symptom of a banking and auditing system that skirts the law in order to fleece the poor and enrich the rich. This is revealed in a new report on corporate corruption by Open Secrets, which also illustrates that the Guptas, aided by Nedbank and Bank of Baroda, are certainly not the be-all and end-all of corporate corruption.

This shady world of banking and the way they allow themselves to be used by nefarious organisations and individuals in order to turn profit, without being subject to any customary international law or binding treaty, is detailed in a new report on corporate corruption by Open Secrets.

But despite of this bad things that happen in South Africa they still manage to lunch a very nice and useful app to everyone. Every citizen where able to benefit this app. South Africans above 30 are taking advantage of this new strategy.

The new ‘Madiba’ banknotes from the South African Reserve Bank come to life through an augmented reality app – an exciting new feature not yet seen on South African currency.

Scanning in your note allows you to experience the late president’s story as it jumps off the paper.
Images become three-dimensional and a whole new world opens up on the notes. Detailed Eastern Cape and Robben Island dioramas almost took our breath away.

“We worked a lot on the stories from Madiba’s life that inspired the themes and designs for the app,” said Sea Monster CEO Glenn Gillis, whose company built the app.

“One of the biggest challenges was the fact that money – the actual notes – aren’t always flat and clean which is ideal for AR. Bank notes are handled by many people, they get shoved in pockets or into the bottom of bags, so that by the time they’re used they can often be a crumpled mess. We wanted to create an app that would still work within those parameters and didn’t just require a pristine banknote,” said Gillis.

The same South African-based team previously built a virtual reality system to test whether you have a fear of heights.
They also added technology to the app that allows you to learn more about the security features of the notes.

This shady world of banking and the way they allow themselves to be used by nefarious organisations and individuals in order to turn profit, without being subject to any customary international law or binding treaty, is detailed in a new report on corporate corruption by Open Secrets.

But despite of this bad things that happen in South Africa they still manage to lunch a very nice and useful app to everyone. Every citizen where able to benefit this app. South Africans above 30 are taking advantage of this new strategy.

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The new ‘Madiba’banknotes from the South African Reserve Bank come to life through an augmented reality app – an exciting new feature not yet seen on South African currency.
Scanning in your note allows you to experience the late president’s story as it jumps off the paper.
Images become three-dimensional and a whole new world opens up on the notes. Detailed Eastern Cape and Robben Island dioramas almost took our breath away.
“We worked a lot on the stories from Madiba’s life that inspired the themes and designs for the app,” said Sea Monster CEO Glenn Gillis, whose company built the app.
“One of the biggest challenges was the fact that money – the actual notes – aren’t always flat and clean which is ideal for AR. Bank notes are handled by many people, they get shoved in pockets or into the bottom of bags, so that by the time they’re used they can often be a crumpled mess. We wanted to create an app that would still work within those parameters and didn’t just require a pristine banknote,” said Gillis.
The same South African-based team previously built a virtual reality system to test whether you have a fear of heights.
They also added technology to the app that allows you to learn more about the security features of the notes.

banknotes from the South African Reserve Bank come to life through an augmented reality app – an exciting new feature not yet seen on South African currency.
Scanning in your note allows you to experience the late president’s story as it jumps off the paper.
Images become three-dimensional and a whole new world opens up on the notes. Detailed Eastern Cape and Robben Island dioramas almost took our breath away.
“We worked a lot on the stories from Madiba’s life that inspired the themes and designs for the app,” said Sea Monster CEO Glenn Gillis, whose company built the app.
“One of the biggest challenges was the fact that money – the actual notes – aren’t always flat and clean which is ideal for AR. Bank notes are handled by many people, they get shoved in pockets or into the bottom of bags, so that by the time they’re used they can often be a crumpled mess. We wanted to create an app that would still work within those parameters and didn’t just require a pristine banknote,” said Gillis.
The same South African-based team previously built a virtual reality system to test whether you have a fear of heights.
They also added technology to the app that allows you to learn more about the security features of the notes.

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Written by Joan Burke

Joan Burke is a former journalist who has interviewed murderers on death row, flown over L.A. with the LAPD and patrolled with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police near the Arctic , she joined our team since one year!

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