Tony is your average UW-Madison student: top of his high school class, broad ranging interests, and likes to have a drink or eight. This sometimes causes a problem for Tony, as he becomes very forgetful while drinking. One Friday night in his drunken stupor, Tony somehow stumbled home. When he woke up the next morning, he realized he had lost his wallet the night before. But he didn't even know where he had been, let alone where his wallet could be. Luckily, Tony had an application on his phone that used the phone's GPS to track where he goes and any items he has tagged. Tony launched the application and reviewed where he was that night. And since he had tagged his wallet, he that showed a last known location corresponding to The Vintage. Since he had visited The Vintage late at night (according to the application), he called to see if they had his wallet. They had it! The application saved Tony a major headache!
We decided to design a modified version of this application for our project. This modified version only included path tracking, as object tracking would end up being contrived and difficult to implement with existing technology.