You've landed in the archive of the Cambrian House community. We've kept some pages here for posterity but the community is no longer active. Now we market the technology that made our early crowdsourcing a success.
Can we help you get to Cambrian House the company? – Come on over.
Are you seeking crowdsourcing technology? – Check out Chaordix by Cambrian House.
Thanks for dropping by
The Cambrian House Crew
Crowdsourcing gives me that opportunity to support my diversity of interests. It keeps me alive with new challenges and interesting projects. Can't get much better than that can you? Oh yeah, and what's my risk? Time. I personally call it play time.John Lynn, Feb 2007
Cambrian House began as a crowdsourcing community using a wisdom of crowds based approach to discover new business and technology ideas. These pages are being kept online as a technology demo to showcase Chaordix™.
Looking to harness the power of your crowd? Find out about Chaordix™ - technology that enables enterprises to get the most out of crowdsourcing.
A friend request message has been sent to .
And while you're busy making friends on the CH community, why not invite your own friends to join?
Legal issues getting mass access to the MLS... plus Zillow has a heatmap feature now too... ignore.
Harvest historical MLS data via the Zillow API and produce a heat map of the disparity in home values over time to identify the price trend in purchasing real estate. This is a mere visualization of existing data and the tool would be invaluable to anyone in the market for buying or selling a home as it would show clear pockets of increasing/diminishing value. In the same way a stock trader can scan a visual representation of a stock's history to make an informed decision, home buyers would be willing to pay for this type of analysis.
I was doing an animation for a jury trial trying to find a way to best illustrate the poor construction of this floor in an indian casino and I came up with the idea of plugging the height measurements at regular intervals into 3dsmax and then applying a color gradient based on slope to show the particular areas that had the worst differential. It occurred to me that home values could be plotted in the same way only with the z axis being time and the resultant heat map would represent "hot" areas of rapid change and consequently, the best opportunities for arbitrage.
Got something to say?
Log in to post a comment.