Go outside and play.
In celebration of Earth Day, why not turn off the devices and consoles and take part in a more 4D adventure? Geocaching is an outdoor game that employs the use of GPS technology and waypoints to uncover real-world “treasure”. Lara Croft used GPS caches to unlock challenges and explore the island upon which she became shipwrecked. Walter White used GPS coordinates to mark the site of his buried treasure (and, when that didn’t pan out, his brother-in-law Hank). Now millions of people worldwide use GPS coordinates to hide and uncover secret spoils in not-so-plain sight.
Geocaching is a global game that uses GPS technology to encourage people to get out and explore the world around them. While there are a lot of variations on the game, each tailored to a specific geek subset, a great place to start learning about tech savvy…
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