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According to a recently filed patent, IBM is about to enter AR (Augmented Reality) industry with DLT technology.

The patent states that with the help of blockchain, the system will be able to securely track, store, and maintain location “related transactions along with other location metadata.”

IBM is about to prevent collisions of AR with undesirable locations:

"Actors or users may maliciously profile a location for different purposes. Thus, it is important for the system to verify/validate any location related transaction."

Earlier this year, CA-based cloud graphic technology company OTOY implemented blockchain technology to their new rendering platform RNDR in order to provide easier rendering and streaming of VR (Virtual Reality).

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