Blockchains (smart contracts, distributed ledgers) and rights management broadly construed are the themes of today's Spotlight Applications. Assigned to Vertigo Studios, the first application discloses techniques for interoperable digital social recorder of multi-threaded smart routed media and crypto asset compliance and payment systems and methods. Assigned to Simpsx Technologies, the second application discloses techniques for virtual reality, augmented reality, mixed reality data exchange social network with multi dimensional map tile porting.
20210312081, "Interoperable digital social recorder of multi-threaded smart routed media and crypto asset compliance and payment systems and methods," assigned to Vertigo Studios, LLC.
Blockchain-enabled crypto asset systems and a Digital Social Recorder system are operable within a computer network environment for allowing a user to control how advertisers access the user's personal data; allowing crypto asset compensation in exchange for social amplification; and tracking asset allocation. Payments made via blockchain tracking, and the distribution of any revenues derived from cost savings provided to terrestrial, satellite or digital radio broadcasters back to music rights holders and other related groups are provided. These rights holders typically like to incentivize consumers, and by using the crypto assets or tokens created by the present invention, a reward for listening/consuming may be provided. Further, payments for industry services to the rights holder are contemplated to include, but not be limited to any Performance Rights Organizations (PROs), Record Labels, Publishing Companies/Administrators, Managers, Agents or any fractional rights holders or owners who would hold claim against any such revenues.
20210312552, "Virtual reality, augmented reality, mixed reality data exchange social network with multi dimensional map tile porting," assigned to Simpsx Technologies LLC.
Various implementations directed to price time priority queue routing for a multi-dimension map tile data exchange linked database are provided. In one implementation, a method may include receiving origin location data and destination location data. The method may also include generating routes based on the origin location data and the destination location data. The method may further include determining virtual hubs along the routes, where the virtual hubs include a first virtual hub based on the origin location data and a second virtual hub based on the destination location data. In addition, the method may include receiving market depth data for a geolocation exchange for the geolocation exchange units based on the routes. The method may also include selecting an optimized route of the routes for the geolocation exchange units based on an objective function.