Trictrack is an application that manages permanent orientation circuits, urban or in a natural environment, with options to do them on foot or by bicycle, taking a walk, sightseeing or in training mode.
Trictrack uses bluetooth technology and the location of the device to control the passage through the beacons.
Find a Trictrack circuit near you, and the adventure begins.
Types of circuits: Use the filters to find a circuit to suit you.
- Linear: Carry out all the control points in the established order.
- Score: Visit all the controls you can before time runs out. Once consumed, it will be penalized with negative time.
- QuizTrack: These are permanent circuits in which, at each control point, you are
will pose a question related to the environment. If you succeed, you continue, if you fail, I know
penalize with time.
- The circuits may have up to 3 levels of difficulty, which you can select from the pyramid that appears on the circuit information screen.
Orientation specific maps:
- You can print it on our website www.trictrack.com or use the one shown on your smartphone. It's up to you.
Start your route:
- Remember to activate bluetooth, bring your Smartphone closer to each of the control points, and it will be recorded in your final result. A sound will be emitted.
- If for some reason, you see that a checkpoint is not registered, you can scan the QR code that you will have in all the beacons, and continue your journey.
- Complete the circuit and compare your time with the rest of the users.
Invite your contacts:
- On the MyTT screen, you can view your results and compare them with those of others
users as well as see the track of your route.
- You can also create an event and invite your contacts to do it. Who will be the best?
We add a screen with information of interest about the area where the permanent circuit is installed: What to see, Where to eat, sleep, etc ... so that you don't miss anything.
Bluetooth and GPS:
- We recommend bringing the active app in the foreground, to ensure a correct reading of the control points. On some devices, if the app goes to the background, the beacons are not registered, so you will have to use the QR code.
- The app uses your position to show you the track of your route at the end. There may be
failures due to lack of GPS coverage or because the GPS does not work correctly in