This project will explore combining the existing transport data sources with a new datasource that focuses on the human vs system aspect of travel in NSW. It will explore ways at looking at crowd sourced and open data where time isn't the only thing important about a trip - e.g. station congestion causing transfer delays, cleanliness of bathroom facilites - any element that a transport user might have postitive or negative feedback for that another transport network user can modify their trip to experience/avoid.
Access Now, an easy to use, mobile trip planner that informs users of barriers and services on their route, letting them pre-plan and spontaneously change their pedestrian travel throughout their trip.
Tagger is a new form of social network, where users explore and interact with the digital world through exploration of the physical world.
Tagger allows individuals and organisations to put a finger to the pulse of their city, gaining insights into which points of interest near them are currently popular, what events are going on, and where interesting discussions are occurring.
In the last year, the topic of "negative gearing" has become a hot topic in both the media, political arena as well as daily conversations. It is a controversial debate where opinions vary on the impacts of whether it's a policy that should be changed.
Legion has taken the govhack opportunity to crunch the tax data provided by the ATO with a focus on negative gearing. By using data visualisation, predictive analytics and causal inference; we will show some hidden insights via our webapp which visualises the population geographically and demographically and socialgraphically.
TransForma is an online sim game designed for users to build an online property empire.