Spatial Web Demands a New Protocol - Part 2 - HSTPby@deniseholt
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Spatial Web Demands a New Protocol - Part 2 - HSTP

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Static vs. States of Being - This is what separates Web 2.0 from Web 3.0. Web 3.0 requires us to move beyond libraries of web pages into a network of Smart Spaces, including all data and entities within each space, to facilitate a truly augmented technological experience. An inclusive interface is necessary to bridge Smart Technologies, along with humans, machines, content, data, assets, locations, buildings, factories, workflows, imagination, and the context of real-time interaction across every one of them, embracing and including previous Web 2.0 technologies and cloud databases. THIS is the Web 3.0 of the future. THIS will become the Internet of Everything. HSTP (Hyperspace Transaction Protocol) has been created with many unique capabilities to handle these requirements, equipping us with a knowledge graph that can identify objects, detect the object’s location in any space, while updating the conditions that involve and affect the object over time.

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