During my visit to Mall of America (MOA) America's Largest Mall at Minneapolis, I dropped by the Lego Imagination Centre. The Lego constructions were mind blowing. And very similar to the Miniland of Lego.
For more reference check this up: http://www.legoland.com/
The picture above is something that I chanced upon while surfing and felt it derserved amention for the effort that has gone into creating the Lego rendition of MC Escher's Relativity Painting.
http://www.legoland.com/ would provide more information on LEGOLAND
- The word "Lego" comes from Danish leg godt which translates to "play well". The name could also be interpreted as "I put together" or "I assemble" in Latin, though this would be a somewhat forced application of the general sense "I collect; I gather; I learn"; the word is most used in the derived sense, "I read". The cognate Greek verb "λέγω" also means "gather, pick up", but this can include constructing a stone wall.
- Lego Group produces over 306 million miniature tires each year - more than any other tire manufacturer in the world.
- Six 2x4 Lego bricks of the same color can be put together in 915,103,765 ways, and just three bricks of the same color offer 1,560 combinations. The figure of 102,981,500 is often given for six pieces, but it is incorrect. The number 102,981,504 (four more than that figure) is the number of six-piece towers (of a height of six)
- Motto: det bedste er ikke for godt. Danish for "The best isn't good enough". This motto was created by Ole Kirk to encourage his employees never to skimp on quality, a value he believed in strongly.
- On average, everyone in the world has 62 Lego bricks each.
- Only one percent of the plastic waste in Lego factories goes unrecycled