Final touches made during a talk at the Geolympix. A short tour around Oxford leading to a cache. Used to explore the Groundspeak builder within the Wherigo utterings talk.
Wherigo cartidge can be found HERE.
The talk will take anywhere up to 2 hours or even longer if you get caught enjoying Oxford and get distracted.
The route is all outside and you need not go into any attraction. The route and final placement is wheelchair friendly.
The wherigo cartridge will be maintained by metal-bijou.
In late 2001 after running Geocaching.com for over a year, Jeremy Irish and Elias Alvord came up with an interesting challenge: How could they bring their favorite adventure games outdoors with GPS technology? After several years of experimentation and hard work they arrived at a solution. What if you could take video games outdoors? Wherigo is a platform that allows you to build location based GPS experiences on your computer and play them in the real world. Imagine playing Zork, Secret of Monkey Island or Myst, but in the park around the corner, or on the beach during your family vacation. Rather than clicking the mouse and selecting a location to move your character, you physically move from one location to the next to advance the story. Rather than searching for puzzle clues on a screen, you look for them in the real world. Using Wherigo, you can create interactive tours, adventure games and puzzles... the possibilities are endless. To find out more click HERE.