This survey is being conducted by researchers at Kodak Research Labs in Rochester, NY, USA and the University of British Columbia, Canada. (All of us involved in the project are also fellow geocachers!)

The goal of the work is to understand geocaching practices and how they may differ between different areas around the world and even between individuals. Ultimately, this knowledge will help us to design enjoyable location-based technologies that allow people to connect with others, and to share media and stories.

Your answers will be used solely for us to understand your geocaching experiences. Kodak will not use your data for any other purposes. All results will be reported anonymously in any research publications/presentations.

The survey should take approximately 30 minutes to complete.

Thank you for completing the survey. We really appreciate your time and efforts.

Dr. Carman Neustaedter, Kodak Research Labs
Anthony Tang, University of British Columbia

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