Intro & Inspiration
When we saw the theme of the hackathon relating to movement, we instantly thought of travel. We began ideating pain points in the travel process and ultimately settled on ease of accessibility to important documents, such as medical history or a passport. With Generalis, we wanted to create something that can alleviate stress and improve accuracy, so a user can focus on enjoying their time abroad.
Importance & What it does
Generalis is a 3D printed card that stores your medical history, passport, insurance card, and driver license to ensure users travel abroad safely. Users can purchase a card online, get it shipped to their home, and explore the world knowing all of their necessary travel documentation is in one location.
Workflow & How we built it
No software is necessary. Just use your phone to scan the QR code from the pictures to get automatically redirected to the webpage. You can also look down towards the bottom of this DevPost submission to find the direct link being used to host the website.
Open Data Sources
Challenges we ran into
Accomplishments that we're proud of
The website looks great and everything works! The 3D printed card looks awesome and whenever a problem arose, we adapted to the circumstance. We are proud of how we managed to successfully create random data in conjunction with open source data to create scatter plots on Python because none of our group members have had experience in data science before.
What we learned
What's next for Generalis
Implementing a feature that can allow for real-time editing of fields as well as password protected pages in case a Generalis card is lost.