concept.space is a space for concepts, an intuitive way to explore complex ideas regardless of subject area
concept.space was created by Stefan Haselwimmer, a screenwriter and technology consultant with a track record of creating innovative technology solutions. He launched The Independent and Mirror newspapers on the internet in 1997, ran New Statesman Online for five years and went on to create PhoneAnything, the UK’s first telephone portal to provide phone access to internet content, and Usability Exchange, a crowd-sourced technology platform for improving website accessibility. He has a degree in Philosophy from Cambridge and an MSc in History and Philosophy of Science from King’s College, London.
The idea for concept.space came to Stefan while starting sci-fi novel Good Men in 2009. He had the vision of a 3D interface that would allow philosophical concepts to be navigated and annotated by anyone with an interest in philosophy. Stefan’s ultimate goal is to make advanced research available to a much wider audience so more people can engage in the process of knowledge discovery.