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Use polynonial futures to expand your vision and to chart unexplored territories of possibility. 

Foresight and the unknown

The Polynon equips you, the innovator, with a visionary tool for mapping the unknown, enabling you to shape futures through a profound understanding of complex systems and their underlying uncertainties and probabilites.

The Polynonial methodology is built on a feedback loop between data and experience, loop that fuels innovation. By continuously analyzing data generated from user experiences, organizations can refine their offerings in real-time, ensuring that innovations remain closely aligned with evolving market needs and user expectations.

This iterative process of feedback and adaptation not only enhances product relevance but also accelerates the pace of innovation, keeping companies agile and responsive in competitive landscapes. Furthermore, it serves as a structured pathway for translating initial insights into scalable strategies.


in science and technology

Behaviour spaces are informed by cognitive dimensions, hence they are represented by any and all human informed spaces, products, physical or non-physical interactions. These can be translated into innovative applications in science and technology.

Creating innovations derived from these human and cognitive constructs is a desired outcome. The polynonial futures  allow a critical and analytical process to get from a idea to a innovation grounded in a scientific and analytic methodology. 

The process

Experience is interpreted through the polynonial lens as a rich source of information that shapes our cognitive dimensions.

Using data as material for innovation means extracting data from mapped experiences  in order to create a rich dataset that embody the essence of these experiences.

Imagination is the inherent mechanism for creating futures, used to make predictions, analyse uncertainties and develop scenarios. It is available at any moment as a tool for innovation, problem-solving, and understanding complex systems.

Cognitive dimensions

inform and influence our engagement with the world. These dimensions filter and focus our attention, guiding us toward specific phenomena based on our mental models and expectations.


encountered through experiences are transformed into data—both qualitative and quantitative—that can be analyzed and understood. This sense-data embodies the essence of the experiences, providing a foundation for insight and innovation.

Semiotic environments

derived from experiences contributes to the semiotic environment, the dimension of signs and symbols through which meaning is constructed and communicated.

Behaviour spaces

Insights and innovations are realized within the behavior space, where the semiotic environment influences decision-making, actions, and interactions. Here, the interpreted data drives behavior, leading to innovative practices or products.

What next?


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While the theoretical framework is being finished and the first models and applications are tested, stay updated with news, stories and insights on how the polynons were created.