2010 FIFA World Cup Realtime Tracking Dashboard
OneRiot is offering $1,500 to the organization or individual who can deliver the best realtime tracking dashboard for the 2010 FIFA World Cup. Fans around the world should be able to pull up this website or mobile application to stay on top of the realtime, social soccer buzz for the world’s greatest sporting event. Using OneRiot’s API, participants should seek to creatively and captivatingly display the best realtime content - news, videos, and images - that will allow visitors to stay up-to-date with the latest developments and social buzz surrounding the 2010 World Cup. For ideas, check these out: What about a World Cup version of the Guardian’s Zeitgeist (which is powered by the OneRiot API). How about a mobile app, showcasing realtime buzz for every team, using a platform like Mobile Roadie. Maybe you’d prefer to build a Soccer Dashboard like the one we wrote about on our blog previously. A browser addon that streams realtime World Cup content in the mold of RSS Ticker. Or even a Geo-Content mash-up using APIs from SimpleGeo to show local activity overlaid with web-wide realtime buzz. The deadline to submit this challenge is June 10, 2010 by 5:00pm PT- the day before the World Cup officially begins. Interested parties can gain API access via the OneRiot Developer Network. We’re looking forward to seeing what you can build! Robert Reich, OneRiot Keywords: Technology
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