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Fantasmo is a decentralized map for robots and augmented reality


“Whether or not for AR or robots, anytime you will have software program interacting with the world, it wants a 3D mannequin of the globe. We expect that map will look much more just like the decentralized web than a model of Apple Maps or Google Maps.” That’s the concept behind new startup Fantasmo, in line with co-founder Jameson Detweiler. Popping out of stealth right now, Fantasmo needs to let any developer contribute to and draw from a sub-centimeter accuracy map for robotic navigation or anchoring AR experiences.

Fantasmo plans to launch a free Digital camera Positioning Customary (CPS) that builders can use to gather and set up 3D mapping information. The startup will cost for business entry and premium options in its TerraOS, an open-sourced working system that helps property house owners preserve their maps updated and provide them to be used by robots, AR and different software program geared up with Fantasmo’s SDK.

With $2 million in funding led by TenOneTen Ventures, Fantasmo is now accepting developers and property owners to its private beta.