Date of Last Revision
Computer Science - Management
Bachelor of Science
Date of Expected Graduation
Major: Computer Science Management Track
Project Sponsor: Michael Collard
“What’s Good?” is an iOS application that uses augmented reality to present information about nearby restaurants to the user in real time. Users can hold up their device and look through their camera to see information presented above the restaurant including it’s name, average cost, and average review rating. The user’s location is gathered and used in tandem with the Zomato API to select what data display as those dining locations are currently near the user. Using the gyroscope, compass, and accelerometer to tell the exact orientation of the phone, it displays the information about what restaurant is currently being looked at. The information is displayed directly above the location it pertains to creating the augmented reality effect.
Dr. Michael L. Collard
Dr. En Cheng
Dr. Timothy O'Neil
Reilly, Cameron, "iPhone Swift 3 Development for “What’s Good?”" (2017). Williams Honors College, Honors Research Projects. 474.