Our current Web is not up to the task of integrating the technologies that will propel our civilization forward.


These exponential technologies will not only enable a Web 3.0, but rely on such a network to approach their full potential for humanity.

These technologies will accelerate human progress. The key question is, accelerate toward what? The framework that we have lived with, broadly identified as Web 2.0, has clearly shown the ways in which it is not up to the task of managing systems of this magnitude.

To enable the promise of the Spatial Web and address the shortcomings of the old web, a new set of Spatial Web protocols and standards for a new multi-dimensional web are required.

Spatial Interface Tier

Peripherals like AR or VR headsets, smart glasses, and haptic devices operate in a manner best aligned with our biology and physiology.

Physical Interface Tier

Computing embedded into objects, including sensors, wearables, robotics, & other IoT devices.

Cognitive Logic Tier

Models and mimics human thought processes: smart contracts, machine/deep learning, neural networks, AI, and even Quantum computing.

Distributed Data Tier

Devices and applications that participate in blockchains, distributed ledgers, edge and mesh computing.

Interface Tier

Our most direct experience of Web 3.0 will be via its interface: Augmented and Virtual Reality, integrated with IoT.

Logic Tier

AI & smart contracts will allow us to transcend dependence on unreliable and inefficient intermediaries.

Data Tier

Distributed Computing moves data and compute power closer for speed, & farther away for greater trust.