• Liquid Space

    A live, deeply interactive and connective web based thinking environment. The Liquid Space Project is based on the insight that if you change the view of your information you change our perspective and gain insights. The benefit of using non-linear, freeform environments to lay out thoughts or concepts has a long history in augmented thought, from the basic post-it notes on the wall and the Japanese KJ-Ho Method, to the elaborate ‘murder wall’s on TV shows where the protagonist is trying to get their head around wildly disparate aspects of a situation. The rationale is that this method employs the users occipital lobe to augment their prefrontal cortex. Digital systems…