Virtual Spaces MWN - Visualization tool for knowledge spaces and virtual tours

Virtual Spaces MWN (VSpace) is a Java tool for the structured represention of knowledge. It is developed at the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science by Julia Damerow. Texts, images and hyperlinks can be organized in 2D graphs. These graphs are then used to generate HTML files to create virtual tours. The virtual tours can also be exported as PDF or RTF files.
The development of Virtual Spaces is based on the diploma thesis "Entwicklung eines MDD-Tools für eine Virtuelle Ausstellung". You can download the whole thesis or a brief summary (both only available in German).

Fig.: Virtual Spaces splash screen