Michigan Patent of the Month – March 2024

Sagan Works, Inc. (Saganworks) was founded to bring creativity to virtual exhibits and portfolios through 3D immersive hubs. This system brings a new level to storytelling – whether exchanging ideas, showcasing personal portfolios, or curating dynamic exhibits. 

To achieve these immersive hubs, the company has built and patented a method of converting digital files spatially through the 3D virtual environment. At the heart of this system lies a sophisticated process that transforms digital files into three-dimensional objects based on specific parameters. These parameters include not only the content of the file but also the metadata embedded within it, providing a comprehensive representation of the digital content.

The system enables users to browse through their digital files stored across various devices and formats, selecting each file to be transformed into a corresponding three-dimensional object. These objects are then spatially positioned within the virtual environment, creating a visual map of the user’s digital content.

Saganworks goes beyond mere file organization by introducing three-dimensional furniture objects that serve as anchors for positioning the digital file objects. This allows for customizable spatial arrangements, further enhancing the user’s ability to organize and interact with their digital content.

With the Saganworks system, users can seamlessly transition from executing digital files on computing devices to engaging with their three-dimensional counterparts in the virtual environment. This paradigm shift in file management not only streamlines the process but also offers a more immersive and intuitive way to interact with digital content.

In a world where digital information overload is increasingly common, Saganworks offers a refreshing approach to file management, bridging the gap between the virtual and physical worlds. By transforming digital files into tangible objects in a three-dimensional space, Saganworks empowers users to navigate their digital content with ease and efficiency, ultimately redefining the way we interact with our digital environments.

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