Wandered.space is a service for those moments when you want to explore the area around you, but don’t know where to go.
It was created this weekend at TechCrunch’s Disrupt London hackathon by a team of three coworkers from Seattle-based Azuqua. One of them, Skyler Hartle, told me that they were inspired by their visit to London and decided to create something that would help users uncover “the places that they just kind of walk by.”
To accomplish this, Wandered.space pulls point-of-interest data from Factual and route data from ArcGIS. Hartle said the team is interested in continuing to work on the product — for example, it could develop more personalized journey recommendations based on your likes and dislikes.Featured Image: Wandered SPace