[okfn-discuss] Funky ideas based on open data

Stéphane Gigandet biz at joueb.com
Wed May 27 12:56:02 UTC 2015

Hi Silviu,

Not sure if it's funky enough: I used the open source physics engine 
also used in Angry Birds (box2d) to make a game where you pile up sugar 
cubes corresponding to the amount of sugar in food products. The sugar 
data is open data crowdsourced on Open Food Facts.

You can try it here: http://howmuchsugar.in/coca-cola

Would you like to help to create the Romanian version? :-)



Le 27/05/2015 14:13, Silviu Vert a écrit :
> Hi all,
> I am looking for funky / sexy / viral / crazy ideas that you have put 
> in practice or have heard of and that are based (more or less) on open 
> data from whatever field: culture, transport, government etc.
> It can be something just digital or something that happened in the 
> real world and that had the effect of promoting the concept of open 
> data and the value of it to as many social groups as possible.
> Random example: an artist that took open data assets and built 
> something crazy that he placed in the center of the city for everyone 
> to see.
> Thanks,
> Silviu
> Ambassador for Romania
> Open Knowledge
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