1.Digital Land Registry
The Digital Land Registry (DLR) functions similar to the DNS of the World Wide Web. It creates an authoritative geographic namespace covering the globe that's divided into unique digital land parcels. Publishers link digital content to land parcels (think of them like 3D webpages). Browsers resolve linked content by mapping user geolocation to a digital land parcel.
2.Partial Common Ownership
Digital land is administered through a partial common ownership (aka Harberger Taxes aka SALSA) system. Land owners pay a license fee to the network based on their self-assessed value of the land. Any market participant can buy digital land by paying the self-assessed value to the current owner. This system encourages productive usage of land and creates a sustainable public goods funding model.
3.Geo Web Cadastre
The Cadastre is the user interface for the DLR—enabling digital land claims, transfers, fee payments, and changes to linked content. This map-based interface can also be used to explore Geo Web content and experiences.
4.Geo Web Browsers
Just like a traditional web browser, Geo Web spatial browsers offer a universal interface for an unlimited variety of experiences. They use GPS or another suitable geolocation system to navigate the network instead of a URLs. Geo Web browsers can be canvas-based (smartphones & watches) or field-of-view (smartphone camera & glasses).
Geo Web publishers can link content via client-server or peer-to-peer content networks. Utilizing P2P architectures is especially attractive on the Geo Web because browsers seeking the same content will be geographically clustered—increasing network resiliency, efficiency, and censorship resistance.
COVID-19 introduced the bane of QR code menus. Open a Geo Web browser at a restaurant and the menu can already be there along with functionality like contactless ordering and live seating wait times.
We love concerts and sporting events because of the power of shared experience. With the Geo Web, stadiums and arenas can extend this into a new digital dimension.
Tourism & Museums
Augment your favorite attractions with additional educational information, media, and interactions.
Place digital art (non-fungible or otherwise) in your backyard or a public space for all Geo Web browsers to discover and enjoy together.
Create scavenger hunts and gamified check-ins that co-exist with the rest of the Geo Web network rather than in a siloed app.
Real Estate Marketing
Digital land is a valuable complement to any residential or commercial property. Real estate brokers can differentiate their service by ensuring clients claim their space on the Geo Web.