Shaun Hayward: hardware/software
Jonard Erro: data collation
Jarred Cooper: videography and website design
Jordan McKenzie: project direction, script and narrator
This device monitors and displays water consumption. It includes both household daily and weekly usage, as well as a com...
Youth team (4-11 years old) working on a water hack in Sydney (remote).
**What did we make?**
We made a model of a playground we think the council should build hopefully you think that too. It isn’t just an ordinary playground it is a fun place teaching children about water. It teachers child...
There are four members making up KTKT who are Kylie, Thanh, Karthik and Tin. The project the group produces for the GovHack2019 competition.
The problem the team wishes to tackle is water resource management in Australia. A central theme connecting them, with data across...
It’s not only about shorter showers.
How do the decisions we make every day influence water supply and distribution?
We have created a native iOS Mobile App to play an interactive story of an everyday encounter, where you have to make simple choices that lead to different outcomes (a lush ...
When you have to go, you have to go! But where to go?
When travelling on public transport, this can be a challenge for people with less mobility needing to use an accessible toilet – that’s where we come in.
The project makes data useful for people who need to find accessibl...
Our climate is changing, but water remains one of our most precious resources.
Australia is shaped by drought. We are a land of harsh terrain and harsh weather. Droughts over the last few years have had a large footprint, long duration and high intensity.
> “The next war in the Middle Eas...
Here is the Ballarat Hacker's 2019 GovHack entry titled "Rain Splashing in Puddles".
In this board game, we first start by moving around the board by rolling dice.
As we go through the game, we collect rainfall in our reservoir, while being careful not to use too much rain and running out....