Figure 25: InterSpatial Moves
Spatial moves, like spatial relationships, are relative to the user's location, or current space. Moves upward to higher levels of space are superspatial moves. Inversely, moves into the spaces of current space child objects are subspatial moves. Lateral moves to adjacent spaces, or transspaces, within the same parent space are transpatial moves. All other moves are considered hyperspatial moves.