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Spatial computing: why the future of the internet is 3D

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'Spatial computing', 'blended reality', 'the metaverse'. For those of us who still use screens and keyboards to access the digital world, those phrases might not mean very much. But many experts believe the '2D' internet will soon be a thing of the past, and we will all be, one way or another, in a 3D metaverse.

With Apple's Vision Pro headset renewing interest in virtual reality, we speak to two proponents of the metaverse who see both huge opportunities and significant risks.


Yonatan Raz-Fridman, CEO of Supersocial and host of the podcast “Into the Metaverse”

Brittan Heller, lecturer on International Law, Technology, and Human Rights, Stanford University.


Navigating the Industrial Metaverse: A Blueprint for Future Innovations: https://www.weforum.org/publications/navigating-the-industrial-metaverse-a-blueprint-for-future-innovations/

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Robin Pomeroy

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