OVR is a World Scale, open-source, AR platform powered by Ethereum. OVR makes it possible for users provided with a mobile device or smart glasses to live interactive augmented reality experiences customised in the real world. OVR can be defined as a new standard in augmented reality experiences by placing itself as the first content browser where the user does not choose the contents but the world submits the possible experiences based on its geographical position. OVR adopts the open source philosophy, meaning that the entire OVR community contributes to its growth, thus making the platform independent of its creators.
Diego Di Tommaso is the Co-Founder and COO of OVR. He recently joined the Bitcoin.com News Podcast to talk about the technology:
Graduated in Theoretical Philosophy, MBA from SDA Bocconi / UCLA with specialization in Finance. Diego has extensive experience in innovation management. He has worked in the fast fashion industry for over 10 years in positions of increasing responsibility up to CEO role. In recent years he has collaborated with PwC as Senior Advisor on Strategy, Internationalization and Open Innovation. Diego is also a startup consultant and one of the founders of Unicorn Trainers, a club focused on new technologies and startup support. On blockchain since 2014 with a specific interest on decentralized consensus mechanics, he was Keynote Speaker and organizer of several Blockchain events. Since 2018 co-founder and COO of OVR, the decentralized platform for the AR Metaverse.
To learn more about the project visit OVR.ai.
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