TimeTraveler AR

Project Info

Team Name


Team Members

yulia , Christina , Wei , Kevin , Li Chai

Project Description

Heritage sustainable economy and technique tool. When travellers have TimeTraveller AR on their phones, they will learn about the rich history and heritage of all the places they visit. TimeTraveller AR will show a new way to discover the world. This project will be available to consumers for direct purchase, and commercial licences will also be available to tourist agencies in Tasmania. It builds on the Heritage Open Data and harnessing the power of AI and AR and it will be available in all major languages including Mandarin, English, Japanese, German, and Spanish.

#artificial intelligence #augmented reality #big data #human–computer interaction

Data Story

Heritage and public space data and information collection.

Evidence of Work



Team DataSets

Understanding a Circular economy

Description of Use A sustainable community can display the historical memory of the space and promote the development of society, nature and economy under the condition of AR technology and AI technology.

Data Set

Draft NSW Public Spaces Charter

Description of Use heritage and public space search and collection

Data Set

Public Spaces Streets As Shared Spaces Engagement Report

Description of Use public spaces and heritage space collection

Data Set

Local Overlays - Heritage Areas 2015

Description of Use Heritage Building Image and compare.

Data Set

Library Heritage Information

Description of Use Information Matching

Data Set

Tasmanian Heritage Register

Description of Use Information Collection and Information Search.

Data Set

Challenge Entries

The best use of Tasmanian Heritage Data

How can we use data to showcase Tasmania’s history, people and stories?

Go to Challenge | 3 teams have entered this challenge.

Best Tasmanian commercial opportunity

How can we use Tasmanian Data to create something that could be an economic success?

Go to Challenge | 5 teams have entered this challenge.

Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning for a Digital Twin

The City of Hobart is developing a Digital Twin that will contain high resolution photogrammetric data and allow integration with diverse datasets owned publicly or privately. We are keen to explore the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning within these datasets.

Go to Challenge | 3 teams have entered this challenge.

ACTIVATED Public Spaces

What makes a public space vibrant, walkable, and encourages people to dwell longer at different times of the day or night, and throughout the year?

Go to Challenge | 17 teams have entered this challenge.

Hack for a Circular Economy

In order to build a more sustainable community, how might we redesign, rethink, repair and repurpose spaces, places, materials, and digital infrastructure, systems and policies within cities in order to progress social, natural and economic development?

Go to Challenge | 14 teams have entered this challenge.