MapQuest for Android – Building a QR code out of LEGOs

Get it at market.android.com or just scan the QR in the video. MapQuest for Android team built a QR code out of LEGOs in a little over an hour. Best part? The QR code actually worked! The FREE app has voice-guided, turn-by-turn navigation from MapQuest, the most trusted source for directions. Android is a trademark of Google Inc. Use of this trademark is subject to Google Permissions.
Video Rating: 3 / 5

15 Replies to “MapQuest for Android – Building a QR code out of LEGOs”

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  3. I like the idea, a Lego QR code. But to use this video in the android market was a bit disappointing as I expected to see mapquest in action. Also, why being surprised that it scanned correctly first time? QR has redundancy build in, so even if you swap out a few blocks it will still scan.

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