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Capturing Invisible

A unique research method based on one of the most influential concepts of future analysis by Sheila Jasanoff Kim, Sang-Hyun


Capturing Invisible is a unique method of analysis, which allows for recognition of future imaginaries and capture of the perceived risks associated with developing particular technology or transformation policy. 

It covers the legal and strategic documents analysis, pathways of research developments, and lay and expert imaginaries associated with specific technology or transition policies.  


Better alignment of innovation with societal needs, diagnosis of perceived risks and opportunities for product implementation, inspiration for new product development, policy and adaptation of technology or transformation plans to cultural contexts and desiers. 


Identify key societal expectations of technology, new practices and social contexts, as well as key drivers of technology, policy acceptance or change.

We offer

  • Comprehensive research based on one of the most widely supported theories of the 21st century - Sociotechnical Imaginaries (Jasanoff, Kim) to identify societal fears and expectations associated with specific technologies or transition policies.
  • Inspiring training and workshops for engineers, developers and policymakers. 
  • Lectures on the role of sociotechnical imaginaries in shaping the direction of technological development.

Our clients

Governmental agencies, companies and R&D centres, which are developing and implementing new technologies or transition policies, for example, the use of robots in education, care, services, etc., electromobility, new energy technologies, biomedical technologies, agricultural technologies, VR and AR, and space technologies.

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