The Spatial Web is inevitable - and imminent

Behind all of the technologies that are rising to transform the 21st Century beginning in the decade of the 2020, is a single common link.

VR and AR, the Internet of Things, edge computing powered by the instantaneous connectivity of 5G and beyond, and the de-centralization of blockchain technology—these all give rise to what we can name as Spatialization.

We are spatial creatures in a spatial reality

And now, Spatialization presents us with benefits so rich that if implemented properly, the choice about whether to adopt them will in many cases be a simple one.

Our rich spatial world is also becoming virtual

We are not migrating to VR and AR merely because they are a fun, new technology, but because humans have binocular vision with depth perception. These tools will increasingly become more useful, enabling us to perform more efficient and more effective interactions in the world, driven by the biology of the human brain and nervous system.

There is currently (and increasingly) an explosion of big data

The recent multibillion-dollar investments in VR and AR technologies is driven by the biological need for a 3D binocular interface. Anything else is just too inefficient. Ninety percent of the world’s data was created in the last two years alone—and it is not slowing down.