cool concept Scout! I can se how it could be adapted to a regional area very easily too as you could limit your random coordinate generator be within certain geographic boundaries.
Initial brainstorming with this brings to mind some interesting and humorous scenarios.
Can't you see me knocking on someone's door and saying "Excuse me - would you mind if I stood in your living room for a moment while I take a picture of the data displayed on my garmin EMap and your sofa. It's for this Internet game I'm playing...."
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