OVER, a blockchain-based platform, tackles the pressing need for precise 3D mapping.
It achieves this by democratizing map creation, incentivizing user participation, and facilitating real-time exploration through augmented reality (AR).
Spatial computing is poised to play a pivotal role in the emergence of Web3, particularly in the metaverse, where virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) experiences will thrive.
Devices like Apple's Vision Pro and Meta's Quest 3 represent just the tip of the iceberg in the immersive Web experience that is on the horizon.
However, the seamless integration of the metaverse and AR is an evolving trend,
with a critical demand for accurate 3D mapping to serve as the fundamental cornerstone for immersive world exploration.
Conventional mapping techniques, which once reigned supreme, now fall short, producing outdated and imprecise depictions of our constantly evolving world.
These models struggle to keep up with the fast-paced advancements in Web3 technologies, which demand real-time precision.
While one solution involves deploying high-end, albeit expensive, graphics processing units (GPUs) to achieve pinpoint accuracy in remote location rendering,
this approach is less practical for smartphone users and the broader Web3 community due to its cost and complexity.