SENG302 Abstracts - Software Engineering Showcase | Whakaaturanga Hanga Pūmanawa 2020 - Computer Science and Software Engineering - University of Canterbury - New Zealand

SENG302 Abstracts 2020

The abstract for each of the teams is below.

Wander

Cam Arnold, Zara Crisford, Phillip Kim, Sang Woo Moon, Hamesh Ravji, Andrew Sturman, Alan Wang, Matthew Wong

Wander

Wander is an app made for people all over the globe wanting to get outdoors and enjoy activities together. Our application allows you to browse through activities that other people have organised and choose to follow or participate in them. You can also create your very own activities and choose to have this as a private event just for you, an event with your friends, or you can make it public so anyone can attend! And once you’ve all had your fun, everyone is able to record their participation so you never forget the fun times you had.

Finding nearby activities and like minded people is a breeze with Wander’s activity map! You’ll be able to see who and what is going on all around you, and with everyone’s customisable profiles you’ll be able to check out all the cool things that your friends have been up to or search for others who might have similar interests. Wander encourages everyone to get out and stay active. There’s always new activities and challenges to partake in so just remember to stay active, connect and wander with WANDER.

Wander

Passage Dev

Shivin Gaba, Karna Malone, Anzac Morel, Ryosuke Okamae, Frankie Oprenario, Adrian Osuna Fregoso, Jackie Qiu, Sam Sandri, Mayuko Williams

Passage

Passage is the number one companion for any traveller. Regardless of your age or fitness level, Passage makes it easy to organise activities and share your interests with others. Passage allows you to create and manage your profile. You can specify what types of activities you like, your fitness level, and what countries you hold a passport in. You can also create activities that are either continuous or a set duration. Users can search for other users and activities to make connecting with others easy. You can follow activities and keep track of changes made to them in an intuitive home feed. Creators can add achievements to activities so participants can log their results and compete with each other. Passage has integration with Google Maps to make inputting locations simple. A global map is available to show all nearby activities.

Admins can perform just about any action on any user or activity to make managing Passage simple. Passage distinguishes itself from the competition through its focus on User Experience and mobile-friendliness. Passage's beautiful and intuitive design makes it easy to use on a desktop or mobile phone. With Passage, you are in control of your journey.

Passage

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James Auman, Michael Freeman, Alex Hobson, Olivia MacKintosh, Michael Morgoun, Riley Symon, Jack van Heugten Breurkes, Josh Yee

Intitulada

Intitulada is a platform for sharing location-based activities like no other! Looking for activities happening near you is easy: just open the map pane after visiting the site, and you can instantly see activities happening in your city. Users can find activities they know they will love based on activity types and are able to see if their friends are participating.

Intitulada allows users to find, follow and participate in organised activities taking place around the world. Once completed, users can record results from their participation to look back at and improve upon in future. They also have the opportunity to create and organise their own activities, both alone and collaboratively, for others to follow and participate in. Join Intitulada today and help us put the fun back into fun run!

Intitulada

9to5

Tasman Berry, AJ, Laurence Mcknight, Isaac Murtagh, Oisin Roberts

Hakinakina

Sometimes apps just try to be too many things. Hakinakina is a solution dedicated to finding local activities and recording your results. With Hakinakina, you aren’t distracted by what Bob or Janet are doing. You can focus your attention on activities around you, in your area with searches that cater to your interests.

Using clear maps and your device location, visually search for activities that pique your interest, record your results, and move on your next challenge—feeling adventurous? Give back to the Hakinakina community by dreaming up your personalised activity for others to tackle.

Hakinakina

Team 200

Jack Craig, Jerome Grubb, Julia Harrison, Rchi Lugtu, Kenzie Tandun, David Turton

Waypoint

Life is a journey – Waypoint is designed for people in all walks of life looking to engage in physical activities. Challenge yourself with activities set by others or create your own! Share your experiences and learn the best places to go from those who have been there, done that.

Waypoint allows users to create, share, organise, follow, and participate in activities. The locations of activities can be seen as markers on an interactive map. If an activity can have results, such as the time taken to complete a course, participants may record these results on the corresponding activity.

Waypoint

Footsteps

Ryan Akers, Ethan Burnett, Ryan Franks, Saman Ighani, Taran Jennison, Rebekah McKinnon, Hamish O'Keeffe, Ben Thurber, Euan Widjaja

Footsteps

Footsteps is here to step up your physical activity and fulfil that appetite for adventure. Join other keen fitness fanatics and aspiring users by following their activities, and adding your own experiences. Utilize maps to guide followers to your events or locate other adventures within your reach. We strive to provide simplicity to the discovering, tracking and recording of adventurous activities, on an elegant platform.

Footsteps is a web-based application with a mobile-friendly interface. So you can seek your next adventure without slowing down.

Footsteps

Edmun

Callum Aubrey, Harry Collard, Louis Davies, Yu Duan, Cheng Yi Kok, Martin Lopez Uribe, Connor Macdonald, Edward Morris

Edmun

Pub crawls, Bull runs and Easter egg hunts. These are just a few examples that showcase the wide range of activities that people around the world embark on. Edmun is an activity sharing app that caters for all. Edmun enables users to create their own activities with incredible detail such as start-end dates and hashtags. Organisers of the activity can decide what route the activity follows via a user-friendly map to set waypoints that must be visited before reaching the destination.

Edmun also has a search feature where users can search for activities created by other Edmun users. Advanced search is another feature offered by Edmun to allow users to deeply specify their criteria for search. When the user wants to find activities near themselves, Edmun visually represents this on an intuitive map interface. Edmun allows users to follow as well as participate in activities. These participation results can be viewed by themselves and other users to see how they rank against the best in the world!

Edmun

TrailBlazer

Andy Clifford, James Kwok, Lydia Looi, Ryo Nishikawa, James Sunshine, Hamish Thwaites, Izaak Hoorens Van Heyningen, Richard Vong

TrailBlazer

TrailBlazer is a social activity-based web application. The application is focused around the creation, organisation and participation of activities such as walking, running, cycling, and hiking. The application was developed by third year students at the University of Canterbury, New Zealand.

TrailBlazer enables users to create a personal profile which can be used to search for activities or other users. They are able to participate in a found activity and enter their progress. If an activity doesn’t currently exist, a user can create an activity for others to participate in and complete. Users can access TrailBlazer from their mobile device, allowing them to browse for activities when out and about within the community. TrailBlazer also gives the users up to date weather information for upcoming and current activities allowing them to plan accordingly.

TrailBlazer
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