Understanding Spatial Web (Web 3.0)

Understanding Spatial Web (Web 3.0)
Spatial Web is an evolving web computational environment that exists in three-dimensional space — a fusion of real and virtual realities — made possible by connected sensors and systems, and accessed and used through the amalgam of Virtual and Augmented Reality. Spatial web (or loosely Web 3.0) will enable the translation from physical reality to virtual one, and vice versa where digital environments can integrate into real environments. The potential applications of the Spatial Web span across industries, from retail to entertainment, to healthcare to industrials, to governments and logistics. Spatial web is the next generation of the web that connects…
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