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An application for wild life enthusiasts providing easy access to every kind of wild life database and facility to update it. It allows user to identify a specie after providing some information in ...

An application for wild life enthusiasts providing easy access to every kind of wild life database and facility to update it. It allows user to identify a specie after providing some information in the form of photograph, chirp or observations. It gives the provision of developing a social network and other related facilities.

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  • 1. WILD WIKI
    Project Problem statement: To design a device for wild life enthusiasts providing easy access to every kind of wild life database and facility to update it. It should also give the provision of developing a social network and other related facilities.
  • 2.
  • 3. Stand Alone device
    (attachable to other supporting devices –
    binoculars, camera, phones, laptops, telescope)
    Its very flexible and easy to get desired
    views and pictures for the search.
    But it adds up to one more utility that you have
    to carry while exploring wild.
    Application
    An application can be installed on any phone device
    which has a facility of camera.
    Or it can also be installed on camera if it supports
    the software.
    It cannot be used with every other device like
    Binoculars.
  • 4. wild wiki
    Application setup
    Dedicated Wild-Wiki Device
    OR
    wild wiki
    Pre-installed
  • 5. Parents- some industrialist.
    Profession- Contributor to National Geography, Freelance Photographer, Invests in share-market.
    Doesn’t like the concept of pets
    Vegetarian
    Member of organizations- Ban Zoos, Go vegetarian,
    Anti-forest encroachment.
    Rides a bicycle to everywhere
    RON
    BAJAJ
    Uses eco-friendly products.
    Blogs everyday.
    Hobbies- Play station games, golf, thrill joy rides.
    Plays traditional Indian Flute.
  • 6. USER
    STUDY
    Study was basically focused on understand the process of searching information from the wild life database.
    There are two ways
    To match the details and find the bird/ animal
    To find the bird family and then match the details to get the perfect match.
    Following are the details they look for
    -size, beak, region, calls, posture, tail, colors, activity, plumage, season and time of day.
    It also help me gain following information-
    Types of information displayed about the species
    Needs for easy search, and a handy option for the information database.
    Attachable to other devices
    Personal database and tracking of activities needed.
    Prof. ShobhaMadan
    Prof. T V Prabhakar
  • 7. Create and maintain your social network and profiles
    Search your wild life
    specie with ease
    iSEARCH
    CHIRP
    PHONE
    >> GPS, TODO, Other utilities
    Get the latest update about news, discoveries, events and news in the wild life world.
    Build your personal database.
    MY WILD CALL
    NEWS FEED
  • 8. The search for a particular specie starts after we have certain information/observations to start with.
    These observation can be in three forms.
    Picture
    The picture is used for reference since the picture search/matching is not available.
    2) Recorded Sounds
    along with the possible description
    of the calling of bird is used to
    for search.
    3) Other data collected from observations
    -Plumage, Size, Season, Time of day, beak, region, posture, tail, etc.
    4) Search by video is difficult but the possibilities can be explored
    iSEARCH
  • 9. Specific options
    For smart search
    Update Personal database
    Report discovery
    Share on social network
    Write blogs
  • 10. i-SEARCH
    Search in specific
    Category (e.g. size, location)
    Search in all Sections (thoroughly)
  • 11.
  • 12. wild wiki
    iSEARCH
    CHIRP
    MY WILD CALL
    NEWS FEED
    >>
  • 13. iSEARCH
    SEARCH
    SPECIE
    BIRDS AT LOCATION
    x
    HINTS:
    Use “not sure” button if you don’t remember the exact observation.
    !
    >>
  • 14. iSEARCH
    BIRDS AT LOCATION
    Map Search
    Goa
    >>
  • 15. iSEARCH
    BIRDS AT LOCATION
    Map Search
    Goa
    >>
    Bird checklist for Goa
    Where to look for birds in Goa.
    + Download
    + Download
  • 16. iSEARCH
    SEARCH
    SPECIE
    BIRDS AT LOCATION
    x
    HINTS:
    Use “not sure” button if you don’t remember the exact observation.
    !
    >>
  • 17. iSEARCH
    SPECIE search
    Family Specific
    Search
    General
    Search
    x
    HINTS:
    Use “smart search” button for choice specific options.
    What is smart search? (click hear)
    S
    >>
  • 18. iSEARCH
    Select the possible category/family of bird. (click here for picture selection)
    • Grebes
    • 19. Pelicans
    • 20. Cormorants, Darter
    • 21. Heron, Egret, Bitterns
    • 22. Storks
    • 23. Ibises, Spoonbill
    • 24. Ducks, Geese
    • 25. Kites, Buzzards, Eagles, Vultures
    • 26. Falcons
    • 27. Pheasants, Partridges, Quails
    • 28. Bastard Quails
    • 29. Cranes
    • 30. Rails, Coots
    • 31. Jacanas
    • 32. Painted Snipes
    • 33. Stilts, Avocets
    • 34. Stone Curlews
    • 35. Coursers, Prantincoles
    • 36. Plovers, Sandpipers, Snipes
    • 37. Gulls, Terns
    • 38. Sand Grouse
    • 39. Doves, Pigeons
    • 40. Parrots
    • 41. Cuckoos
    • 42. Owls
    • 43. Nightjars
    • 44. Swifts
    • 45. Kingfishers
    • 46. Bee eaters
    • 47. Rollers
    • 48. Hoopoes
    • 49. Horn bills
    • 50. Barbets
    • 51. Woodpeckers
    • 52. Larks
    • 53. Swallons
    • 54. Shrikes
    • 55. Orioles
    • 56. Drongos
    • 57. Mynas
    • 58. Crows, Magpies
    • 59. Cuckoo Shrikes
    • 60. Minivets
    • 61. Loras
    • 62. Bulbuls
    • 63. Babblers
    • 64. Flycatchers
    • 65. Warblers
    • 66. Thrushes, chats
    • 67. Tits
    • 68. Nuthatchers
    • 69. Pipits, Wagtails
    • 70. Flowerpeckers
    • 71. Sunbirds
    • 72. White eyes
    • 73. Sparrows
    • 74. Weavers
    • 75. Munias
    • 76. Buntings
    Picture Verify
    !
    >>
  • 77. Use picture from album
    iSEARCH
    Use camera
    S
    SPECIE SEARCH
    Observations(Please fill in the observations if any)
    Time of day when the bird was sight - :
    Season - Winter Month- December
    Location - Goa
    !
    14
    56
    noon
    !
    Map Search
    !
    !
    inches
    4) Size of the Bird 15 or ½ Peacock
    >>
  • 78. iSEARCH
    Observations(Please fill in the observations if any)
    >>
    Map Search
    3) Location - Goa
  • 79. Picture Verify
    iSEARCH
    S
    Observations(Please fill in the observations if any)
    NAMES
    English Name
    Latin Name
    !
    !
    Local Name
    Common Name
    !
    !
    Bird ID
    !
    >>
  • 80. Picture Verify
    iSEARCH
    4) Beak (select the type of beak)
    S
    !
    >>
  • 81. Picture Verify
    iSEARCH
    S
    Observations(Please fill in the observations if any)
    Male
    Female
    6)
    7) Place of sighting
    8) Posture Details
    !
    In group
    Buildings
    !
    In field
    On wire
    Tree
    Near water
    Hopping
    Above animal
    !
    >>
  • 82. Picture Verify
    iSEARCH
    S
    Observations(Please fill in the observations if any)
    5) Plumage Details
    Percentage of plumage 25 %
    Color Spotted
    Plumage in parts
    >>
    Wings (flight)
    Wings closed
    Head
    Neck
    Tail
    Legs
    eyes
  • 83. Picture Verify
    iSEARCH
    S
    Observations(Please fill in the observations if any)
    Color Spotted
    Plumage in parts
    Upper part
    Under part
    Fill in your own words
    Description
    >>
  • 84. Picture Verify
    iSEARCH
    S
    Observations(Please fill in the observations if any)
    8) Select the Tail shape
    (more tail types)
    Notched Tail
    Pointed Tail
    Rounded Tail
    Squared Tail
    !
    Unique Tail
    Forked Tail
    Wedge shaped Tail
    Fan-shaped Tail
    >>
  • 85. Picture Verify
    iSEARCH
    >>
    Expert Fill
    FOOD
    NESTING
    EGGS
    CALL DETAILS
  • 86. Picture Verify
    iSEARCH
    Search Results (select the bird for details which match your sighting)
    +
    Report your
    discovery
    Twit on network
    Update personal database
  • 87. iSEARCH
    Info
    Handbook Number: 94English Name: Common TealLatin Name: AnascreccaAlternate Common Name: NALocal Distribution: Insititute Campus and BithoorStatus: Winter visitorFrequency: NA
    Local Names: Chhotimurghabi, Kerra, Lohiyakerra, Chowtee, Patari, Souchuruka (Hindi); Naroib, Patarihans, Tulsibigri (Bengal); Baijla (Mirshikars,Bihar); Baijilagairi (Nepal); Kardo (Sind); Chakrang (Marathi); Siravi, Kilawai (Tamil); Yeranda (Malayalam); Solarihakki (Kannada); Kalimari, Chilahans, Patarihans (Assam); Daophlantukashiba (Cachari); Seruwa (Sinhala); Surit (Manipur).Size: Domestic duck-; Cotton Teal+Field Characters: Male pencilledgreyish, with chestnut head and a broad metallic green band running backward from eye to nape, bordered above and below by whitish lines. A tricoloured wing speculum- black green, and buff- particularly conspicuous in flight. Female mottled dark and light brown, with pale underparts and black and green speculum. Flocks on tanks, jheels and marshes, etc.Distribution: In winter throughout the Indian Union; Bangladesh; Pakistan; Sri Lanka; Myanmar.Habits: Perhaps our commonest migratory duck, and an excellent sporting bird, swift on the wing and good for the table. Largely vegetarian in its diet, grubbing for grain and tender shoots of rice and marsh plants in the squelchy mud of inundated paddy fields and grassy tank margins. Also up-ends in shallow water.Call: A low toned krit uttered by the drake, and a subdued wheezy quack by the duck.Food: NA
    Common teal
    Twit on network
    Update personal
    database
    <<
  • 88. Cases 1
    General Search
    Season - winter
    Size – almost twice the size of crow
    Sighting – On a tree
    Plumage – Brown somewhere on the body (not sure)
    Food – must be insects, beetles, etc
  • 89. Picture Verify
    iSEARCH
    Search Results (select the bird for details which match your sighting)
    Night Heron
    Brown hawk owl
    Chestnut Bittern
    Barred jungle owl
    +
    Report your
    discovery
    Twit on network
    Update personal database
  • 90. iSEARCH
    Info
    Handbook Number: 52 (More info)English Name: Night HeronLatin Name: NycticoraxnycticoraxAlternate Common Name: NALocal Distribution: Insititute Campus and BithoorStatus: Resident, Winter visitorFrequency: NA
    Local Names: Waak, Kwaak, tar bagla, Kokari (Hindi); Bor (Kashmir); Bachka (Bengla); Chongkhu (Manipur); Raatkokku, Raj kok (Marathi); Awaak, Waak (Gujrat); Gadri (Sind); Chintawakha (Telgu); Vakka (Tamil); Toppikokku (Malayalam); Re kana kokka (Sinhala).Size: Paddy BirdField Characters: General effect of a stocky paddy Bird, with stouter bill. Ashy grey above with glistening black back and scapulars; white below. Crown, nape and long occipital crest black; the last with some white plumes intermixed. Young birds streaked brown, rather like Paddy Bird. Sexes alike. Gregarious. Flying at dusk with loud, raucous kwaark.Distribution: Throughout the Indian Union; Bangladesh; Pakistan; Sri Lanka; Myanmar. Resident and locally migratory.Habits: Largely crepuscular and nocturnal. Affects jheels and other inland waters as well as tidal creeks and mangrove swamps. Colonies spend the daytime resting in some clump of leafy trees, often far from water, and fly out to their accustomed feeding grounds at dusk in straggling ones and twos uttering a distinctive kwaark from time to time. Flight like that of the Paddy Bird - steady flapping, neck pulled in; in silhouette resembles both the flying foxes and gulls. The same communal roosts and nesting trees are occupied year after year.Call: NAFood: Crabs, Fish, Frog, aquatic insects, etc. More actively procured and not usually in the wait-and-strike manner of herons.
    Night Heron
    Twit on network
    Update personal
    database
    <<
  • 91. Cases 2
    Family Search
    Season - winter
    Size – Myna +
    Plumage – Grey (general)
    white (underpart)
    Food –insects, mice, lizards, etc (from experience)
    Eyes – Yellow (not sure)
  • 92. Picture Verify
    iSEARCH
    Search Results (select the bird for details which match your sighting)
    Spotted owlet
    Brown hawk owl
    Chestnut Bittern
    Dusky horned owl
    Barred Jungle Owlet
    +
    Report your
    discovery
    Twit on network
    Update personal database
  • 93. iSEARCH
    Info
    Handbook Number: 652English Name: Spotted OwletLatin Name: AthenebramaAlternate Common Name: NALocal Distribution: Institute campusStatus: ResidentFrequency: NA
    Local Names: Oolloo, Khakusat, Khusattia, Chughad (Hindi); Pencha (Bihar); Kuturepencha (Bengal); Dang tang pwn (Lepcha); Chibiru (Sind).Size: MynaField Characters: A squat, white-spotted greyish brown little owl, with a typical large round head and forwardly directed staring yellow eyes. Sexes alike. Pairs or family parties, about villages, in ruins, and groves of ancient trees, etc.Distribution: Throughout the Indian Union; Bangladesh; Pakistan; Myanmar. Not Sri Lanka. Three races, on size and depth of coloration. Habits: Call: A large variety of harsh chattering, squabbling and chuckling notes, two individuals frequently combining in a discordant duet.Food: Chiefly beetles and other insects; also young birds and mice and lizards, etc.Nesting: Season - principally November to April. Eggs - 3 or 4, white roundish ovals. Laid on an untidy pad of tow or fibres in tree-hollows, holes in crumbling walls, or between ceiling and roof of deserted as well as occupied dwellings. Both sexes share all the domestic duties.
    Spotted owlet
    Twit on network
    Update personal
    database
    <<
  • 94. Future Scope
    This application is right now developed for birds which can and will be developed for whole wild life.
    A search for species for all wild life is the ultimate project idea.
    The application can be launched pre-installed in a device designed for a elite class of wild life enthusiasts.
    It will also serves as a personal database, a social network tool for wild life world and a updater.
  • 95. SOCIAL NETWORK
    Profile: Name and basic information
    Favorite places, species
    Wish list
    Discoveries
    Achievements and Awards
    Clubs and communities
    Other activities:
    Events organizations
    Adventure trip plans
    Information Sharing
    Reports, stories and Blogs
    Albums and videos
    Guidance/tutorials for rookies
    Lonely planet, Facebook, Twitter, etc
    CHIRP
  • 96. PERSONAL DATABASE
    To maintain a personal collection of the information of
    -the discoveries made
    -places visited
    -birds found
    -track of birds
    -reports, notes and stories
    Allows you to sync certain information with your online profile.
    Comparisons about the explorations with the same sort of buddies.
    MY WILD CALL
  • 97. Get News Feed according to your preferences.
    Get updates of latest discoveries
    Upcoming events, opportunities and competitions.
    NEWS FEED
    Its always smarter to club it with basic phone facilities
    The phone provides facilities of GPS, ToDo facility, satellite internet and at least a camera.
    PHONE
  • 98. Future Scope
    This application is right now developed for birds which can and will be developed for whole wild life.
    A search for species for all wild life is the ultimate project idea.
    The application can be launched pre-installed in a device designed for a elite class of wild life enthusiasts.
    It will also serves as a personal database, a social network tool for wild life world and a updater.
  • 99. THANK YOU
    Project Guide
    Prof: KaumudiPatil
    Alap Shah
    Y8119001
  • 100. THANK YOU
    A TWIT BY:
    ALAP SHAH