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Post by Eorl @ 11:46am 28/06/13 | 2 Comments
Watch Dogs developer Ubisoft has revealed a new website, titled WeareData, that aims to "gather and graph the publicly available data that govern people’s lives in a single location."

WeareData is currently available only in the cities of London, Paris and Berlin, but offers a wide variety of public information including Twitter posts, Instagram shots and even real-life locations of CCTV spots.
With WeareData, visitors will discover that much of the hyper-connected world imagined in Watch Dogs already is a reality, and that everything and everyone is truly connected. The amount of and potential uses for public and personal information that is readily available online has never been more relevant, as evidenced by today’s headlines. WeareData is designed to provide a glimpse into this reality and to give visitors a new perspective on the cities in which they live.
With all this in mind, the new website offers a broad range of information that is all publicly accessible, similar to the presence of Watch Dogs. The website organises the data into separate fields, offering a varying wealth of information on how the cities run and public information on their inhabitants.

All of this works by utilising a 3D mapping system and includes public transport schedules such as subways and public bicycles, telecommunications networks including mobile antennas, WiFi spots and advertising networks, energy consumption, traffic and safety infrastructure like CCTV cameras and traffic lights and regionalized socioeconomic data such as average net income, unemployment rate and crime rate.

A trailer offering a behind-the-scenes look can be found below, but for those wanting to see it first-hand, head over to the official website.

Watch Dogs will be available November 21 on PC, Wii U, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. It is expected to be available on both PlayStation 4 and Xbox One around the time of their console launch.

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Posted 04:20pm 28/6/13
Wow that was really cool, click on a train and follow it as it travels through the city with real time data..

gonna have to play around with it a little more when I get home.
Posted 09:28pm 29/6/13
I was hoping to see some CCTV feeds.
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