The web is constantly changing, evolving, morphing. One of the biggest changes that we’re currently living in is Web 3.0—the third iteration of the internet (1.0 was just text-based and 2.0 was graphical). If you’ve been around the internet for a while, you’ve seen it through many different phases. One of the biggest changes that we’re currently living in is Web 3.0—the third iteration of the internet (1.0 was just text-based and 2.0 was graphical).
Web 3.0 merges all forms of technology, from web design to augmented reality to wearable tech, into one seamless experience that can be accessed with a device that we carry with us everywhere: our phones or other portable devices like laptops and tablets. Here are some ways this new era of the web has found its way into your life.
What is Web 3.0?
Web 3.0 is more than just a trend, it’s the future of the web and our everyday lives. It is a merging of the web and all other forms of technology such as wearables, augmented reality, and artificial intelligence.
Web 3.0 is about personalization, not just for the user but also for businesses and brands. Web 3.0 will allow businesses to better interact with their clients by using data analytics to create personalized experiences that are tailored specifically to each consumer.
Web 3.0 is about simplification and ease of use. It’s about making the complex easier to understand, so that anyone can access information in any way they want—whether it be through a phone or a watch or a wall-sized computer screen—and get what they need quickly and efficiently without having to worry about learning how to use a new language or new apps.
Web 3.0 is about privacy, security, and anonymity. As the web becomes more connected and more personalized, it’s important that users have control over their information and that their identities remain secure from hackers.
The New Mobile Internet
As mobile internet usage has increased, so have its capabilities. This means you can get a lot more done when you’re on the go. For example, if you’re stuck in traffic and want to find something new to listen to or watch, your phone has the power to find what you want right away with just a few taps.
You can also do things like use your phone as a remote control for your TV and stream movies or shows from it while looking at them through your phone's screen. If you're going out for dinner, you might order your food from a restaurant that serves it up via the app on your phone, which is then brought to you by a waiter who gets paid using an app too!
The Future of the Web: Augmented Reality
Augmented reality is an experience that blends the real world with computer-generated imagery, layers of information, and interactivity. It's now so common for people to be able to use their phones to make contact lenses that can help them see the world more clearly or even change the color of their skin.
Augmented reality allows you to construct your own digital world or experience, create 3D models, or do anything else imaginable by using artificial intelligence. It's not just a trend anymore; it's here and it's here to stay.
Augmented reality is an umbrella term that includes many different technologies, such as virtual and mixed reality to create a digital experience which encompasses all of the senses. These experiences take place in three dimensions that are not limited by natural human sensory capabilities or physical space but rather exist within these artificial environments made possible through technology. With augmented reality, you can now mix both real life and virtual realities together with limitless possibilities!
Augmented Reality (AR) allows for objects from our everyday lives to be rendered digitally into a 3D model so they can “sit” on top of the original object without replacing it entirely. For example: if you have your phone out at home looking up your address using AR software like Google maps, when someone walks past their computer screen, they see just what's happening inside the house right there before them with no need for walking outside or talking to neighbors who might not want another addition….
Wearable Tech, Headphones, and More
Wearable tech is one of the more popular forms of new technology. It includes smart watches, activity trackers, and augmented reality glasses. These types of devices have been around for a while, but recently they’ve made an appearance in the news more than ever. Headphones are another technological development that are becoming increasingly popular and widely used. With this trend comes a new way to listen to music or watch videos without disturbing people nearby.
Another aspect of Web 3.0 is AR (augmented reality). Augmented reality allows you to see virtual information overlaying your environment through your phone or other device when you point it in the right direction. For example, if you want to see what a celebrity looks like wearing a particular outfit, you can download relevant pictures and Google Glass will overlay them on top of the person looking at it while they’re walking down the street!
Web 3.0 is more than just a trend — it’s the future of the web with new technology that we don’t even know about yet. It’s exciting to think about what the next few years will bring on the web — not only in design, but in so many other fields. It’s time to start thinking differently about how you do business online and to focus on what you can do now to prepare for the future.