Introducing GPS Drawing, you drive/move around leaving a track of where you have been leaving behind a picture drawn on top of a city street grid, big field or where ever. One person tied their GPS to their dog and ended up with pictures with very eratic lines.
OK.. this is a little on the silly side, but it does look kinda cool when overlaid on top of a map to show where you have been.
The big question is how are we supposed to get stats out of it :)
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