Why are universal standards important? They’re important simply because we all want to work, play, and learn together better.


Today we need to move beyond the early web’s ambition (and limitations) as a global network of interconnected computers, documents, and media.

The Spatial Web is about building an intelligent and adaptive new web, a universal network of interconnected people, places, and things where we will be able to securely interact, transact, and share our ideas, information and imaginations. We need to build the Spatial Web to enable seamless communication for the transportation of goods and services from any point on the world to any other point in any world.

On the Spatial Web, we need to reliably trace origins from mine to market, from farm to table, and from game to virtual worlds. It must secure our virtual identities and their relevant profile information, activities, transactions, location histories, and digital inventories. Finally, it must enable a globally interoperable and interconnected digital economy that spans humans, machines, and virtual domains.

Universal Identity

We need a standardized way to identify People, Places, and Things.

Universal Address

Equally, in a fully dimensional world, we need a way to locate People, Places, and Things.

Trusted Data Records

This web includes a way to validate what we see and who we talk to.

Spatial Programming Language & Protocol

Most importantly, we need a way for all these things to seamlessly communicate together in a way that no one person, corporation, or government alone controls.

A Universal Interface

A spatial browser enables secure interoperable experiences across devices, operating systems, and locations across physical and virtual domains.

Enforcement of Rights

Digital property ownership, data privacy and portability rights, user and location-based permissions, cross-device and content interoperability, and ecosystem marketplaces


via secure registration of users, digital and physical assets, and spaces using new standardized open formats, and shared asset indices secured by spatial domains

Decentralized Management

of rights via a spatial programming language, viewed through spatial browsers, and connected via a spatial protocol allowing us to interact, transact. and collaborate