Visual Management like Heptabase

Hello,
I was wandering around and learned about Heptabase and got struck like a lightning. I saw there what I was thinking about working visually. I see Juggl coming great at this. A cross with apps like [Miro].
I´m very visual person, I love text, but I get lost easily, after some time, the text becomes an image, something about my mild dyslexia. Those tools help me a lot!.

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I also love how Heptabase allows you to create different canvas that you can spcially add and organize your notes onto. The main selling point if you can also draw different containers/area is that you can organically do things like a timeline or a kanban without needing a specialized plugin for every use case.

It’s nice also that is looks like an unlimited canvas, you can zoom out or in until you actually see the content of the notes and can also edit them in place, link them the way you want with a semantic of your choice to be displayed on the link.

Basically the plugin would just have to store for each note appearing in the view its x, y coordinates as well as the links between the notes to appear as arrow on that particular view and any additional grouping, color, background elements that should appear on the canvas (e.g. to create different areas to put notes in).

Thanks! I am currently exploring using Obsidian. I am a seasoned professional visual and spatial thinker with a ton of both sketches, diagrams, articles and more.
I would like to create my own knowledge map, gathering all this content.
So I can finally use and share my learnings.

Internal links are the backbone of Obsidian. I need internal links inside my images too.
My guess that this is perfectly possible and basically not very difficult for Obsidian to implement. I tried Miro and other solutions, but they are to static and limited.
Obsidian feels promising but totally text oriented…
I tottally chime in with your wish to have a way to organize and publish my image content using the power of Obsidian! So please, pretty please?