I’ve been following The Zeitgesit Movement for a lot of time (but never saw the forum), and I’ve noted that it uses a lot of different concepts and elaborates on its vision through text well BUT lacks visual representation of all the theories/related organisations/initiatives that it encompasses.
As a big fan of TZM, I might have a good solution to remedy this situation that the german start-up Infinity Maps proposes.
We’ve developed a revolutionary zoomable visualization technique (and tool to go with it) - where you can organize all your concept information into one big zoomable knowledge map - to help you develop better concepts and communicate them faster.
I believe that this type of project would definitely benefit from mapping out its activities and projects for the future as we can create teams that develop a map and share the map to a wide audience afterwards.
The reason why I’m mentioning this tool is that:
- it’s for free
- we can work collaboratively on a map in-real time
- we can create huge maps (10.000x nested boxes)
Here’s a >2 min pitch video about the tool: Infinity Maps - If Miro and Notion had a baby | Product Hunt
Here is an example of a recent video that develops a book theory (close to TZM) through our tool: A Brief Introduction to a Darwinian Theory of Reality with Infinity Maps - YouTube
Let me know what you think about such an approach
Oliver Juan - MSc in Sustainability Management & MSc in Behavioural Economics