Any digital content/experience with relevance to a real-world location can become a Geo Web use case. Here are just a few ideas...
NFT Display - "$69M for a JPEG?!??!" Those that don't get digital art and NFTs yet eventually will. Virtual worlds have become a prime place to display digital art, but the Geo Web can bring NFTs to the "real world." Home/business decoration, public art installations, and art galleries are all possible. Whether 2D, 3D, or motion, we'll continue to build native integrations with blockchains and wallets to amplify the unique characteristics that separate an NFT from "just a JPEG."
Websites - No more QR code scanning to pull up a restaurant's menu or searching the web to find that coupon for a retail outlet. Any place of business can anchor an existing website and traditional web content to be frictionlessly discovered by their customers on a Geo Web spatial browser.
Scavenger Hunts - Think Pokemon Go, but not on a proprietary, siloed platform. You can use location-based Easter eggs on the Geo Web to drive traffic to real world locations or as part of a generalized game.
Social Experiences - The shared social experience is what makes concerts, sporting events, and festivals special. Event organizers can use the Geo Web to augment the physical experience with shared digital engagement (e.g. chat/posts, collaborative art, games, etc) that is restricted to participants at the venue.
Data Anchoring - The simple display of numbers and words can make all the difference sometimes. How long is the wait for a table? When is the next train? What's the score of the game? The Geo Web can replace physical signage and video boards with bytes through a smart device.
Audio - Museums, landmarks, and even nature can have an omnipresent narrator on the Geo Web. Each visitor can get a 1-on-1 private tour through their earphones as they move around the location.
Real Estate - Developers can anchor augmented reality renderings of their projects to the actual location to give passersby a glimpse of the future.