The "Mind maps" project aims to maximize the documentation of the epistemological process using an wristband interface called "Scriber". It contains a system of sensors that capture the interaction with the text in a certain space and location.
The idea emerged from the regular practice of reading on public transport in Vladivostok, Russia. I have a habit of underlining the main text points for easier understanding. Underlining is a non-trivial task on
ruined roads. It is more akin to the results of a seismographic survey on the background of a text. After a while, I noticed the connection between the texts that I read at the moment and locations on the public transport routes. The cognitive process expanded into a complex sensory perception, in which the city became an integral part. It could be compared to the inverted method of loci where knowledge has a direct link with real places in the city and "sticks" to the map.
This project is serial epistemological research that can be conducted in different locations. Data gathering is realized in different locations with the literature that matches the local context.