3D Network Visualization draws on information that is part of an ongoing research initiative at The New School titled, The New Historia, which aims to document and promote the achievements of historical women that have gone unnoticed by our society at large. The project uses spatial computing to explore complex temporal data sets visualized within an immersive VR environment. By leveraging the standard 2D network graph with an added dimension, we can extrude points into timelines that are linked to one another at specific and meaningful moments in time. Using a VR headset, the user can expand, reduce, and explore the data map, making connections in any direction. The prototype aims to reveal the possibilities of virtual data visualization, provoking a conversation on how to optimize new technologies to improve our interpretations of these networks.