Category Archive: QR code

Opencaching.com Also Adds New Features

Probably overshadowed by the release of Groundspeak’s Geocaching Challenges are the site updates that Garmin’s OpenCaching.com has released. The updates are interesting additions to the OpenCaching.com site with one update in particular appearing to head in the opposite direction to Groundspeak’s update. Garmin has added new functionality to its handheld units by adding ‘Verify a …

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First There Was Munzee, Now There’s BIT Caching

It seems the crew at Opencaching.US have jumped on the QR code bandwagon and produced BIT Caching. A BIT Cache (Bound ID Tag) simply refers to the fact it is a small laminated card. So what’s the difference between a Munzee and a BIT Cache? Well, it seems that with BIT Caching you don’t need …

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The New Virtual Caches: A Vision Of The Future?

There has been a lot of talk about the reintroduction of virtuals in a new format since Jeremy Irish (from this point to known as J-Dog, Big J or simply J-Rish) made his now infamous comments on the geocaching.com forums: In the UserVoice updates I never said that virtuals were coming back in their previous …

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What The Munzee?@!

Do you Munzee? If you’re suddenly frowning at your computer screen, then the answer is obviously “No”. However, this free mobile application by American quartet Aaron Benzick, Chris Pick, Scott Foster and Josh Terkelsen has been the talk of the geo-community of late. And more than 1600 curious smartphone users have already tried out the …

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