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Kano's Motion Sensor Kit Creates Gesture-Based Games and More

 - Aug 16, 2017
References: kano.me & engadget
The 'Motion Sensor Kit' is the newest addition to Kano's range of DIY computer kits for people of all ages.

This new learn-to-code kit offers more than 30 challenges that involve the building of games, musical instruments and more. As the name of the kit suggests, the finished projects may be controlled entirely by gestures, such as games of Pong that are operated by one's hands rather than a controller, as well as lighting systems that may be activated by someone walking into a room.

The Motion Sensor Kit is branded as Kano's "simplest, most affordable coding kit yet," which comes with basics like a USB cable to connect the sensor to one's computer, a suction cup, a motion sensor, a storybook with step-by-step instructions, as well as stickers for personalization.