/ Improving indoor climbing and bouldering

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fooforever - on 21 Jan 2013
We are a group of engineering students from Huddersfield University looking to improve the indoor climbing/bouldering experience. We are passionate climbers and are involved in running the university climbing club. We are looking for your views on whether technology has a place in indoor climbing and how you would like to see the indoor experience progress. Thank you for time and we appreciate your responses.
There's a 2 minute survey here:
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?formkey=dF9QUHB3VTFmVjFhWFFRVTF5M0dBR2c6MQ#gid=0
deacondeacon - on 21 Jan 2013
In reply to fooforever: your questionnaire assumes that there isn't already a service for logging indoor climbing. We can already input data into the ukc diary. Also there is another service called climbstar which seems more in depth but hasn't come to any of the walls I use yet (I think they're only running this at 4 walls at the moment). Hope the research goes well, one of the better questionnaires we get on here :)
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fooforever - on 23 Jan 2013
In reply to deacondeacon: First of all, thanks for your response. We are aware of services like the one you have pointed out, but not that particular one. Your right it does seem to be quite a small thing at the moment, but they're always useful to know about.

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