This alternative to Geohashing is open to a wider audience offering
a bikeable and a walkable mode. This was mainly possible by
recalculating a grid splitting the globe into smaller cells.
Consequently the travel distance is much shorter. The result is
simple but exciting: the daily geohashing locations are more easily
reachable for people who cannot use, or don't want to use, cars.
Rabbit Rabbit comes in two modes which differ in the size of their grid, walkable and bikeable.
Last but not least, instead of the daily opening price of the Dow Jones to seed the algorithm, Rabbit Rabbit uses the most recent CO2 readings of the Global Monitoring Laboratory. Specifically, the smoothed value of the estimated global daily trends. Read more about the data fitting.
Go on a quest today and discover your local area.
In case code is your thing, Rabbit Rabbit is open source and available on Codeberg.