The Wave Project Launched its UK Pilot Site!

3. December 2009 – 20:03 by Olga Lacigova - 21c

After a successful opening of the French pilot on the 16th of October with the Sofia Café event in Sofia Antipolis the UK pilot opened its site for argument visualisation pioneers on the 13th of November.

The Wave project tests a state-of-the-art argument visualisation tool in three pilot sites - France, Lithuania and the UK - by inviting climate change enthusiasts and – during the test stage – local residents in selected regions of the pilot countries. Users are asked to read opinions of others and express their views on climate change issues such as the development of wind farms near London. Discussions are portrayed on the colour coded argument visualisation map allowing people to easily follow the flow of arguments. The results of the discussions will be feed back to government decision makers to ensure each opinion is heard.


If you want to be part of it or just want to have a look, please visit


  1. One Response to “The Wave Project Launched its UK Pilot Site!”

  2. By Olga Lacigova - 21c on Dec 7, 2009

    Hi James,

    Thanks for trying! and thanks for the error. Its still in its pilot stage and will be open to general public in February. But if you do have a second, please register and play with the map, its quite fun!

    Thanks again,


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