User experience first, technology second
In creating a user experience, a user should never need to know what's "in the box". Inventions like the electric motor or computer processor have limited value without integrating them as part of a larger user experience that people can use repeatedly in their everyday lives.
Enviropedia's patented breakthrough technology is at the core of every product we create. It is a completely new class of search engine that doesn't even require a question to work. It transcends chatbots and search engines we think of today. And, it is a completely new way to work with the world's information to give spatial computing a bright and long-lasting future.
We build user experiences, not market technologies. Enviropedia focuses on user experiences that can be used multiple times a day in our daily lives.A new category of search engineEnviropedia's next-gen AI does not require a question. It is uniquely different than GPT-based chatbots or traditional search engines. This engine can compile months and years' worth of work on other search platforms into a fraction of a second.
Overcoming mixed reality's greatest obstacleWe've overcome obstacles that the largest companies have yet to resolve. The biggest challenge has been working with the world's information (both static and even real-time) instantly in spatial environments; Enviropedia has been awarded over 40 patent claims in 2023 alone.
Enviropedia is on a crusadeagainst misinformation, division, radicalism, and tech's negative impact on all of us.
Social media is designed for addiction: Platforms have slowly even become forms of surveillance.
Data "scraping"is just that. Many platforms don't have other ways to make money. Users become products. It feels intrusive.
Enviropedia builds simple revenue models that do not resort to the extremes of data scraping. And we do it with long established proven industries.
We use only reliable, trusted information sources to give users confidence in their decisions. We are committed in transparency of how we monitor user behaviors, and giving people the right to choose.