LEGO QR Code Experiment


Jaystepher is doing an experiment on Lego brick. Jaystepher is doing an experiment on Lego brick. What you see here is white and black bricks, and I have them set up kind of like a mosaic. But it’s more than mosaic. What we’re looking at here is called a QR code, and this code is used for scanning when pages and stuff into a mobile device such as a mobile phone. You can even get information or even text. Now this is for my website Now this is for my website at www.jaystepher.com, and I’m actually storing data using Lego brick. I’ll show you what it consist of. This is just a 32 by 32 green base plate. I used two of them and I just stuck it together, and it can be read from any side. and it can be read from any side. So it doesn’t matter what position you have it in. You can read it. As a matter of fact, you can even read it off this video, and I’ll show you how to do that. So I’m going to take my trusty iPhone, So I’m going to take my trusty iPhone, and I’m going to select an app here. And I’m just going to use “Scan” because its very basic. So I’m just going to pick “Scan” here, and let’s see if it will pick it up here. I’m too close so let’s back the phone away. It should turn green here. Oh it turned green, and there’s my website. Of course, there’s the QR code there because that’s one of my post that I posted on there. So it is possible to store data using Lego brick. So it is possible to store data using Lego brick. And I must say this is very impressive. It was something I saw before but I wanted to try it with Lego to see if it actually worked. So and it actually does work. You know you can make this any size you want. The bigger the area is, the more you can store data on there. This just stores a URL. As you can see it’s not quite portable. As you can see it’s not quite portable. Hey, It’s a great experiment. So if you guys have a more device or if you can find a way to scan it, I want to know. So leave me a comment and tell me if it works or not. It will be cool if I can see if it works with everybody else, but it does work with me. I was really happy the way this turned out. My very first mosaic and it actually has some meaning. So let me know. Thank you for watching!

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100 thoughts on “LEGO QR Code Experiment

  1. @fhtlego some other person did ages ago, but at least jaystepher took his time to try it out to see if it ACTUALY works

  2. dear people. i am sorry that i was swearing earlier. if i had affcated you im so sorry. please dont hate me

  3. I'm sorry if your asleep but you just saw the video called just for jaystepher thank you very much you should be a Lego designer working in the Lego land

  4. Its Either one picture that has Lego in it or it is me with a cap on and im spreading out my legs and my fists are out

  5. I actually have a miniature version for Pokédex 3D AR codes. They are in a 4×4 field, way smaller than the 29×29 used for the QR codes, so it's way easier to move blocks. If you don't know Pokédex 3D, it's an encyclopedia on Pokémon species (as well as possible forms). It was released for Nintendo 3DS for free on the Nintendo eShop, and as of now is about to go offline in favor of an expanded version called Pokédex 3D Pro, which covers all 649 Pokémon; the original covered only those from Gen 5.

  6. Worked for me. Little fact, it doesn't have to be black and white. The black part can be any dark color, and the white part and light color. Well, i'm pretty sure that's true, at least from what I've read.

  7. It worked for my hubby's smartphone. We thought it was pretty cool. We have a very large lego collection (the National Treasure of legos) but not enough black and white ones for a code like yours. It is pretty cool though.

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