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Internal interface (ii)

The internal interface is a simplified version of the interaction with the SNet. The easiest way to explain this is through our real-world Internet with augmented reality (AR).

Simplant «draws up» to what a person sees, data from SNet. News, information about other people, traffic signs, ads, facades, signs, etc. The middle class and especially the poor people of DownTown are using the internal interface very actively because it’s cheaper than making the same analogue, for example the facade or interior of a building or a sign, in natural physical terms.

People from the richest strata of society, in contrast, prefer natural, physically real things, and use the internal interface only when it is necessary, and mainly as a source of information and communication.