Our group, Bob’ gang submitted four entries for 2016 Unleashed Open Data event at Adelaide. R U Open was one of the app idea we pitched. It is an augmented reality app to locate services around you that are open.
Our aim is to help a user find food and entertainment services in the immediate vicinity. The heart of the service is an Augmented Reality (AR) app which would use business and dining permits datasets (we have used Outdoor dining permits – Adelaide City Council found at data.sa.gov.au for proof-of-concept) to determine which business locations are open at the time the app is being used in the user’s immediate vicinity.
The app would also allow relevant businesses to subscribe and provide information on menu and current campaigns (e.g. special offers) which can be displayed when the user taps on the marker designating the business location on the AR app.
Our group, Bob’ gang submitted four entries for 2016 Unleashed Open Data event at Adelaide. Help Me was one of them. Help Me is an Well Being On Demand Application that connects vulnerable people with crisis support and services for emotional well-being. It is a tool that equipping everyone in Australia with the support and skills to protect their emotional well-being health – an on demand emotional well-being tool that uses technology to anonymously and securely connects real people to real professionally qualified listeners for chat. Anyone who wants to talk about whatever is on their mind can quickly reach out to a trained, compassionate listener through our network. We have hundreds of listeners who come from all walks of life and have diverse experiences.
Winner of Unleashed 2016 – Growing Up Healthy prize sponsored by Department for Education and Child Development.
Our group, Bob’ gang submitted four entries for 2016 Unleashed Open Data event at Adelaide. AquaDex is one of them. It is an app that allows you to help us help the Sea. It is a fun way to collect information, images, video and sound on the aquatic life around you. Collecting marine and aquatic data is an important part of preserving our marine resources. At the same time it is very important to make the collected data available to interested community members, tourists and related researchers.
Designed to increase youth engagement with City Planning, the intent of Hack my City is to let users see each building within Adelaide, modify the building and save the new model to their profile. Using the Hack My City web interface, it’s possible to recolour and resize Adelaide’s buildings according to your creative whim! Users can also print 3D models from Hack My City. Along with these features, accompanying factual information and historic photographs provide the user with an historical understanding of our city.
Group project for 2015 Unleashed SA Adelaide event. Team: Data Dingoes
Young Australians are often faced with the big decision whether to stay in the city they were raised in, or move interstate for employment opportunities or to be with a loved one. It’s a big life decision. But how do you decide? Should I stay or should I go?
Adelaide loses lots of young graduates. They may earn more interstate but what about housing affordability or lifestyle?
Our app pulls together relevant data points to help individuals reach a meaningful decision.