I just discovered 3D buildings in openstreet maps and started to think about:
One of my ideas/doubts about proof of location in FOAM was about the Z coordinate validation and how this could help novel applications in the protocol.
Is there any plan or is necessary to have the Z axis on the map? right-clicking in FOAM as in OSM incline the view so we should be able to look at buildings / hills, so my question is: it is possible?
Some application coming in my mind would be:
- if NFT is provided for proof of location in a real estate transaction, we could have a definition of apartment (?)
- if a NFT game could tokenize a building, why not a part to better explore it?
- supply chain or NFT crypted vaults, unlockable through POL could be more expandable this way?
- the idea of having sub-tokens and providing tokenized services per location could be interesting?
I know that dynamic proof of location is based on radio emitters, so a 3D altitude could be provided?
Sorry if I miss some technical points about this, but in general I didn’t find anything about the third dimension in the posts!