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To try to make this an example use case for usage of Phosphorus Five, I have significantly cleaned up its code, made it highly more modular, and also created documentation. My intentions are to make this the "reference use case" for using Phosphorus Five.
Simply download the Source Code ZIP file, and install it through the "Desktop" of Phosphorus Five using the "+" button.
I spent an additional 5 hours of coding on the system today, and added a ticket backend, in addition to guided tours, automatically translated using Google Translate, and spoken out loud to the guest using speech synthesis. In addition, the system will automatically generate QR code leading to such tours, allowing an operator to put QR code to voice tours around in the theme park, to give guests "guided tours" of the theme park.
This is the result at the end of the competition, with a READM.me file displaying screenshots and such of the system. The reasons why I am creating this release, is because I think the project was a good idea for a general "theme park system", and I would want to clean it up, finish it, and create an actual real live project, solving the problem "for real". Probably not that much focused around the actual specification, since it's too focused around Jurassic Park'ish type of systems - But finish it as a general type of systems for theme parks.
Initial release, created as the code was after 3 hours and 23 minutes of coding ...
Upload it to your own Phosphorus Five server and install it using the "Desktop" module's "upload module" button if you wish to see it locally ...