MapQuest for Android – Building a QR code out of LEGOs

Get it at 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

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15 Responses to MapQuest for Android – Building a QR code out of LEGOs

  1. Nathan Dion says:

    Should have been more informational about all the stuff Mapquest can do…IMO

  2. shayanna771 says:

    I need to know how to travel from state to state.

  3. kontar72 says:

    Nerd love!

  4. dmitriy40 says:

    This video is posted in Android Market, already under MapQuest app. Are you guys stupid or something?

  5. RealtorsinDC says:

    I am hooked with QR Codes and seeing this cool Video makes my night.

  6. alexandre007opa says:

    press alt+f4 for youtube android code

  7. nda211 says:

    No more 2D codes, Bye Bye 2D Codes. A new addressing technology called the Keyword Identifier(developed by Oyokey Inc.) performs better than any 2D code. It gives customers, users a better experience and retains, enhances a company brand without introducing any other brand and the same Keyword Identifier can work via typing, scanning or speaking. The Keyword Identifier has all the important features of these 2D codes and much much more. Check out Keyword Identifier at Blogspot.

  8. dusomeproductions says:

    @mapquest Probably the First Interactive Online Music Video Using QR Codes: Shin-B “Get Up And Go” Check it on our channel. You might be interested.

  9. MrBra1nDeaD says:

    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.

  10. cipryanhos says:

    works.Nice job

  11. thepseudeone says:

    Win! Used the assembled QR code to download the app

  12. aiwetir says:

    Now exactly how much did this cost in man hours?

  13. MrWindh says:

    Nice work guys! You inspired me. Soon you will see a KilroyTag like that as well. 😉

  14. QRArts says:

    Oh, try doing it vertically- this is the easy way ! Patrick, QrArts

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