Spatial Web

Cosmo Boyd |

The spatial web is a term used to describe an emerging concept in which the
physical world is connected to the digital world through spatial computing
technologies. It combines augmented reality (AR), virtual reality (VR), and other
immersive technologies to create a seamless fusion of the digital and physical

In the spatial web, digital information is anchored to real-world locations, allowing
users to interact with and access relevant data in real-time. Imagine being able to
walk down the street and see real-time information about nearby restaurants,
shops, or events just by looking through your smartphone or wearing AR glasses.
This kind of technology can enhance our everyday experiences by providing
contextually relevant data and information.

Spatial web technologies also enable users to create and share their own digital
content or experiences tied to specific locations. For example, you could leave
virtual notes or messages for others to discover in specific places, or create an
interactive tour of a museum or historical site using AR overlays.

The spatial web has the potential to revolutionize various industries, including
gaming, tourism, real estate, education, and more. For example, in gaming,
players can immerse themselves in virtual worlds that are seamlessly integrated into
their physical surroundings. In education, students can explore interactive and
immersive learning experiences that make abstract concepts more tangible and

Cosmo's Take
This technology is most likely the next step in "virtual meetings," taking us to a realistic
environment, making us FEEL like we have crossed your threshold and are sitting with you.