When Augmented Reality (AR) first hit the mainstream it seemed like a sci-fi dream come true, with endless functional, creative and marketing possibilities. Sadly, over the past few years, examples of the technology being used really effectively are few and far between.
Dekko is looking to change that. The San Francisco startup is building a Real World Operating System based on real world 3D mapping. Positioning itself as the first service to bring your digital and physical worlds together in a convenient and natural way, Dekko software is different from other AR systems in that it works without the constraints of having to recognise codes or objects, using real-time 3D mapping to overlap digital information onto your life.
With $3.2million in the bank from investors, and an obvious opportunity to integrate with the burgeoning market for wearable tech, Dekko might just provide that fun and functional wow-factor we’ve all been waiting for. Check out the demo below and see what you think.
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